FCC Farmland Values Report
The FCC Farmland Values Report provides an annual look at the regional land value trends across Canada in price per acre. Find land values on our interactive map, download the report and get big picture analysis from our Ag Economics team.
What did values look like in 2018?
Select a province or region to get the farmland values for that area.
*FCC reference value $/acre.
**The value range represents 90% of the sales in each area and excludes the top and bottom 5%.
Farmland continued steady climb
The average value of Canadian farmland increased 6.6% in 2018, following a gain of 8.4% in 2017.
Whether it means paying a higher price for land that has potential to be more productive or buying in blocks to improve the efficiency of their operations, producers are sharpening their pencils with an eye on variable commodity prices.
J.P. Gervais looks at the numbers from the 2018 FCC Farmland Values Report and the factors that influenced them.
Canadian farmland values trended upward in 2018 driven by strategic expansion and a limited amount of land available for sale.
Economists need to know if shifting land values are tracking ag revenues. Here’s how they do it.
Growth in land values scaled back in 2018. Martha Roberts unpacks what that means and answers the question of whether Ontario land is priced reasonably.
Producers should be mindful that the slowdown in land value growth could increase their risk and that land values must be in synch with variables such as net income, interest rates, commodity prices and productivity, experts say.