Low growth for agricultural land
Growth of agricultural land values is forecast to stagnate, but we’re being told it’s not a bad thing.
Nationally median agriculture land prices had risen by nearly 9 percent per year, between 2014 and 2019.
A Rabobank report highlights prices for properties in reliable rainfall areas are likely to remain strong.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield spoke with Agricultural Analyst Wes Lefroy
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