Last Holdout of Crop Rout Gives Way as U.S. Farmland Value DropsBy
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 this year dropped for only the second time since a 1980s farm crisis prompted a wave of foreclosures, drawing warnings of harder times ahead.
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