EDITOR’S NOTE: The following press release has been updated from a version published on August 1, 2021 to include a recording of the webinar.
LINCOLN — Nebraska agricultural land values, cash rental rates and issues related to landlord and tenant communication are covered during the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Agricultural Land Management Quarterly webinar, recorded August 16th.
Offered since 2019, the quarterly webinars address common management problems for Nebraska landowners, agricultural operators and related stakeholders interested in the latest insight on trends in real estate, managing agricultural land and solutions for addressing challenges in the upcoming growing season.
The webinar series is presented by the Center for Agricultural Profitability, housed in the Department of Agricultural Economics.
The webinar covers recent findings from the 2021 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report, including updates on average cash rental rates and land values, as well as a report on real estate transactions during COVID-19.
The webinar is led by Jim Jansen and Allan Vyhnalek, who are both in the Department of Agricultural Economics. Jansen focuses on agricultural finance and land economics and directs the annual Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey and Report. Vyhnalek is a farm succession and farmland management extension educator.
— Nebraska Extension
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