Ryan J. Wieman to Lead Breakout Session on Land and Equipment Values
According to the USDA, net farm income (a broad measure of profits) is forecast to increase $4.0 billion (4.8 percent) to $88.0 billion in 2019, after increasing in both 2017 and 2018. How will this market shift impact the values of land and farm equipment, and producers’ buying behavior? Ryan J. Wieman of Wieman Land & Auction Co. will be leading a breakout session on this topic at our Eye on Agriculture conference, happening November 13th at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. You can learn more and register for the conference here.
Ryan J. Wieman is a 3rd Generation Auctioneer & Land Broker at Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. in Marion, SD. Wieman Land & Auction Co., Inc. brokers approximately $50 million of farm machinery and $35 million of South Dakota Ag Real Estate annually. Ryan graduated from SDSU in 2002 with a degree in Ag Economics. He currently lives near Parker, SD with his wife Kirsten and their 2 sons – Landon (12) & Caleb (10). In his free time, Ryan is actively involved in his boy’s youth sports including junior football, basketball, and baseball.