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Is anyone the least bit surprised at this month's cryptocurrency meltdown? The only eye-opener is the extent of the incompetence. According to the Wall Street Journal, FTX's post-bankruptcy CEO said that he'd never seen anything as bad as the "complete failure of corporate controls." That's quite a statement given that John Ray has overseen some of the biggest bankruptcies in history, including Enron. At press time, Sequoia Capital, SoftBank, and Temasek had fully written down their multimillion-dollar investments in FTX.

Meanwhile, back on the farm, investors, family offices, funds, and farmers continue to park capital in farmland. That's my takeaway as the host of the third annual National Land Values webinar. I encourage you to download the report itself or listen to our lively hour-long discussion. Either way, I'm sure you'll agree that the inherent value of farmland is unassailable.





Sold! Eastern Oklahoma Ranchland Tops $4,000 Per Acre

Landmark Partnership Announced

M4 Ranch Group  With its meticulously kept acreage, 600 acres under habitat enhancement ...


26,250 Per Acre New Record for Nebraska Farmland

Manulife Acquires 1,400 Acres in Central Valley

Bids Due on Pacific Northwest Farmland November 30

Sponsored: Five Data Points You Should Know Before Buying Farmland

Icon Global  Nearly 80,000 acres under one fence, the historic “Prize of the Panhandle” ...


1.7 Million Acres of Timberland Trades for $1.8 Billion

Interfor pays $325 Million for Chaleur Forest Products

Oregon Supreme Court Declines $1 Billion Appeal

Sporting Properties

Montana Protects 5,700 Acres in Big Snowy Mountains

Sold! Montana's Sacred Raven Ranch

Fay Ranches  This private island offers a one-of-a-kind Alaska landowner experience ...


Sold! Southfork Ranch of Dallas Fame


Trust for Public Land Acquires Deer Creek Beach

Vermont Land Trust Preserves Wildstone Farm


Western Ranch Brokers

On The Market

Placerville Ranch

Placerville, Colorado • 1,337 Acres

Placerville Ranch offers an excellent hunting lodge with 3-bedrooms and 3-bathrooms, a 30-by-24 foot equipment accessories barn, and on-grid electricity. The ranch is located in GMU 70 and has exceptional habitat with adjudicated water rights for pasture that the elk and mule deer love.


Listed by M4 Ranch Group

Historic Orange Spring & Commercial Bottling Facility

Orange Springs, Florida

Situated on 67 acres in northern Marion County, Florida, Historic Orange Spring dates back to 1852. The property features the Third Magnitude Spring, a 25,000-square-foot water bottling and distribution facility, and over 2,700 feet of frontage on the south bank of Orange Spring and Orange Creek.


B&D is a full-service custom builder with more than 20 years’ experience in bringing grand plans to life. Our team tailors luxury homes, equestrian facilities, and other structures to your specific needs and desires, fulfilling your vision and building something that will last for generations.

The Cove 9 - Cabo del Sol

Los Cabos, Mexico

This 18,659 square-foot site is ready to build a 10,000 square foot home with stunning views. The Cove will offer an exclusive golf experience, a beach club community, and a world-class resort.


One-of-a-Kind Opportunity

Alamosa, Colorado • 3,700 Acres

Stunning, panoramic views of the nearby mountain ranges and 3,700 acres of pastures, hay fields, and wooded river bottoms make this unique property full of beauty, recreational opportunities and development potential. Sitting on the Alamosa River, this ranch offers miles of river frontage with water rights and unmatched trout fishing.


Listed by United Country Real Estate • Northern New Mexico Real Estate

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