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Name: Mark A. Keller, ASA, SR/WA, CCIM Chapter: AZ ASFMRA Member Since: 2002 Current Employer: Salt ...
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Mark, I have a sale of 105 acre timber/hunting tract in Clermont County Ohio (just east of Cincinnati). It is landlocked by a big creek on one side. Sold for $2,274/acre which was a $200 discount to two tracts that sold shortly after that had good ...
I would be interested in seeing general results of what you find. In the northeast we cannot demonstrate a premium for Organic cropland as one only needs to withdraw non-organic substances for 36 months in order to achieve organic certification. The ...
Mark, There was a thread on this topic on this board last year. That may be helpful. https://www.asfmra.org/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?GroupId=319&MessageKey=15955203-1578-4915-a6b7-c51d4f8e23b5&CommunityKey=a1021ab4-0a8d-4cde-9595-aa9228fbf7a2&tab=digestviewer ...
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