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$7,550 per acre in Southwest Minnesota

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Jan. 13 auction saw 45.5 acres in Pipestone Co., Minn., sell for $7,550 per acre. The farm was located 1 mile south of Holland. If offered 43 tillable acres and a substantial amount of existing drain tile. The soil PI

$11,204 per acre in Central Indiana

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Jan. 16 auction of 74 acres in Tiption Co., Ind., saw the land sell as one tract for an average of $11.204 per acre. The land was located about three miles west of Tipton and offered 71 tillable acre. The remainder was

$11,650 per acre in Western Illinois

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Jan. 10 auction saw 40.5 acres in Warren Co., Ill., sell for $11,650 per acre. The farm was located five miles northwest of Roseville. It was 100% tillable and offered a soil PI of 142.7 with 147 being maximum per Bull

$9,000 per acre in Northeast Iowa

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
Dec. 15 saw the sale of 139.5 acres located six miles southwest of Tripoli in Bremer Co., Iowa. The farm offered 137 tillable acres with a CSR2 of 83.1 versus the county average cropland CSR2 of 76.3. The offering also c

$11,050 per acre in Central Iowa

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Dec. 8 auction in Jasper Co., Iowa, saw 160 acres sell for $11,050 per acre. The farm was located north of Kellogg and featured 156 tillable acres along with a 1.5-acre farmstead, grain facilities and out buildings. Th

$14,300 per acre in Central Illinois

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Feb. 22 auction saw 81 acres in Tazewell Co., Ill., sell for $14,300 an acre. The tract was part of a 162-acre offering located one mile northeast of Delavan, Ill., and another 160-acre offering located five miles sout

$11,600 per acre in East-Central Iowa

| By Mike Walsten on 03/09/2017 10:25 AM
A Feb. 13 auction saw 76 acres in Buchanan Co., Iowa, sell for $11,600 an acre. The tract was part of a 155-acre offering located two miles south of Independence, Iowa. The farm was offered in two tracts with tract 1 on