Farmland prices expected to keep rising
“These numbers tell us that the farmland market is very competitive. There are far more buyers than sellers,” said Craig Dobbins, Purdue Extension agricultural economist. “People in the market to buy farmland have a very optimistic outlook about the future, and they are willing to pay unthinkable prices.
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