SK Farmland Values Increase 28% in 2013

Farm Credit Canada’s newest farmland values report shows the average value of Canadian farmland increased 22.1% in 2013. On Monday, April 14th, 2014 Farm Credit Canada released its annual farmland value report reflecting farmland prices across Canada. In all provinces, farmland values either increased or remained stable. Saskatchewan experienced the highest average increase at 28.5%, followed by Manitoba at 25.6% and Quebec at 24.7%.

Click here for FCC’s report – “Farmland values report – 2013″

 

 

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