U.S. Farmland Prices Fall $10 an Acre in First Drop Since 2009By
Corn Belt states fall as corn, soybean prices extend slump
‘It’s going to be soft for another year,’ economist says
U.S. farmland values in 2016 dropped for just the second time in almost three decades after grain and soybean prices extended a slump, eroding grower profit and capping a decade-long boom when land costs jumped 65%.
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