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Kansas has been known as “The Wheat State”, producing over 15% of the nation’s Wheat. As of 2018, Kansas ranked 7th in the United States in the sale of commodities and has a long history of agriculture dating back long before the state’s founding. Kansas has a staggering 45.7 million acres classified as farmland making up over 87% of the land area, the third most for any state in the nation. Aside from Wheat, Kansas is also a top producer of Corn, Soybeans, Sorghum, Beef, and Veal.
Over the last 20 years, kansas farmland has offered average returns of 10.8%. At this rate, $10,000 invested in farmland in 1999 would now be worth over $117,600. Farmland returns are made up of two values, land appreciation, and capitalization rates of the property. Total farmland returns have been positive every year since 1990.
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