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Australian farmland values plateau

AUSTRALIAN farmland values have plateaued following a sustained period of strong growth, with the median price up just 0.1 per cent in the first half of 2023 compared to the first half of last year.

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 Farmland values plateau as demand declines. Picture Mark Saunders.

Farmland values plateau as demand declines. Picture Mark Saunders.

In its mid-year update on Australian farmland values, Rural Bank said a sudden and sharp decline in agricultural commodity prices during the first half of 2023, combined with the expectation of drier conditions...

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