2016 Farmland Values: Looking at the numbers

Video Highlights

  • The 2016 national average in farmland values increased by 7.9%
  • Multiple signs show farmland values increases slowing down
  • Most significant increases occurred in P.E.I, Alberta and Nova Scotia
  • Healthy Canadian ag sector and low CDN dollar help sustained the increase
  • Available land and actual demand still the most important drivers in the marketplace

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