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Farmland Values and Farmland Rental Markets:  Implications for...

Meet Our Profs

Richard Vyn
Richard Vyn

Dr. Richard Vyn is an associate professor in our Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics and is based at our Ridgetown Campus. His research focuses on factors affecting farmland values, such as the installation of wind turbines.

Meet Our Grad Students

Alison Grant
Alison Grant

Meet Alison Grant, a master of science student in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph. She's studying the impact of aggregate sites on surrounding property values. 


FARE Institute

Institute for the Advanced Study of Food and Agricultural Policy

The Institute for the Advanced Study of Food and Agricultural Policy is housed within the Department of Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics, OAC, University of Guelph. The Institute is also part of the larger Food Institute at the University of Guelph.

The mission of the institute is to provide independent, credible, and timely policy analysis with respect to socially significant food and agricultural issues.

Find a collection of working papers, white papers and a series of podcasts that have been made public to help educate individuals on important food and agricultural issues. Visit FARE Institute.

FARE Talk

FARE Talk Radio

Property Values, Wind Turbines, and Attitudes Toward Wind Energy

Professor Richard Vyn discusses his recently published article: "Property Value Impacts of Wind Turbines and the Influence of Attitudes Toward Wind Energy”. His research examines the impact of wind turbines on property values in municipalities that oppose wind energy development and those that have not expressed opposition. More

Thinking About Future Food Security By Examining The Last 35 Years In World Grain and Oil Seed Markets

Dr. Pat Westhoff and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss his recent article "Four indicators that explain world grain and oilseed market developments" written with his colleague Dr. Wyatt Thompson. Our discussion focuses on their empirical examination of four key indicators: crop yields, population, Chinese demand, and biofuel production. More