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Spotlight: Farm real estate values: Texas holds steady in 2008, bucking U.S. trend


  • Emily Kerr
  • Keith R. Phillips


The value of Texas agricultural land has followed national trends since the early 1990s. Last year, however, the state's average price per acre remained unchanged, a sharp contrast to the nation's first decline in 17 years. Texas was one of only eight states that didn't see falling farm values in 2008.

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  • Emily Kerr & Keith R. Phillips, 2009. "Spotlight: Farm real estate values: Texas holds steady in 2008, bucking U.S. trend," Southwest Economy, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, issue Q4, pages 1-10.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:feddse:y:2009:i:q4:p:10:n:4

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