Agriculture

Land values rise 1.8% in the opening half of 2018

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Land values rise 1.8% in the opening half of 2018

According to research carried out by Sherry Fitzgerald, agricultural land values have risen by 1.8% in the opening half of the year. This saw the average price of farmland in Ireland, excluding Dublin, increase to just over €9,700 per acre. &nbs...

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