Though the temperatures have been freezing, the farm income landscape is red-hot right now, driven by high commodity prices and the lasting effects of federal direct farm payments. That likely will continue to prop up markets like that for farmland, and ag lenders are bullish on both crop and livestock prices moving further into 2021 despite the idea that the farm payments of 2020 won’t repeat this year. Farmland will likely continue to see strong buyer interest, both as an investment by ag stakeholders and as a “safe haven” for outside investment amidst general macroeconomic malaise. See more on the “Strongest farm outlook in years.”