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From the invention of the cotton gin to the advanced production systems you see Georgia farmers using today, the state has been a long-time leader in production and innovation. Today, Georgia ranks number 1 nationally for the production of peanuts and is also a leading producer of chicken and cotton. As of 2017, there were 42,439 farms in Georgia spread out across a total of nearly 10 million acres of farmland.
Over the last 20 years, farmland rental rates per acre in the georgia have risen from an average of $50 per acre in 1999 to $126 per acre in 2019. This represents an increase of $76 over this time period with an average implied capitalization rate of 2.7%.
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