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Land Pro partners with The Loranda Group for auction services

Published: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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The Loranda Group Inc. has partnered with Land Pro to assist the company with its farmland auction services. Pictured are Ray Brownfield (left), president of Land Pro; John Moss (center), president of The Loranda Group; and LeeAnn Moss, an auctioneer for Loranda.

The Loranda Group has partnered with Land Pro to assist the company with its farmland auction services.

Land Pro recently opened its headquarters in Oswego and offers farmland management and farmland brokerage in addition to auction services. Ray Brownfield, president of Land Pro and an accredited land consultant and accredited farm manager, said he is excited about the new relationship.

“I have watched Loranda provide the highest level of professional service that is unique to the auction industry, and I see this as a great opportunity for both companies,” he said in a news release.

The Loranda Group has provided farmland auction services for nearly 20 years and has offices in Bloomington and Channahon, as well as Lafayette, Ind. LeeAnn Moss, an auctioneer for Loranda, has won numerous awards including “Auction of the Year” as chosen by the National Auctioneers Association, according to the news release.

Loranda has sold thousands of acres across the Corn Belt, ranging from development parcels as small as 10 acres up to the 4,800 acre Allerton Farm in central Illinois.

John Moss, president of Loranda, is equally enthused about the relationship with Land Pro.

“I’ve known Ray Brownfield for over 30 years and he has an impeccable reputation in the industry,” Moss said in the news release. “Adding the auction method of sale to Land Pro’s existing menu of services will add real value to its clients.”

For information about Land Pro, contact Brownfield at 630-258-4800 or visit

To learn more about The Loranda Group, visit

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