Land prices have increased across counties Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal when compared with prices a year ago.
Figures released by the Irish Farmers Journal in its Land Price Report shows there was a significant jump in the cost of land in Sligo.
Sligo land prices jumped by over 6% according to the latest research from the Irish Farmers Journal.
The average price per acre increased from €6,373 in 2017 to €6,761 in 2018.
This is the highest price in the county since 2010 and 60% of the land offered onto the market sold last year.
However, supply did drop almost 9% over the that period,
County Donegal had the lowest land supply in Ireland with a 416% fall in acres offered last year.
The average price in the county did increase however in 2018 with land values increasing by over €1,300 per acre.
The strongest prices were seen in the east of the county, close to the border with the North.
Meanwhile in Leitrim land prices reached over €5,000 per acre for the first time since 2010.
Leitrim had the highest number of forestry sales in Ireland last year, with almost 20% of land sold for forestry.
Over 45% of land transactions were by beef farmers making it the third highest for such sales in the country.