Hello,

The talking heads like to show how land and rent prices are rational over the long term. For example - - they like to compare the interest rate on 10 year T bills to the rental rate return on prime farm land. I am not in a prime crop ground area but our land prices are slowly increasing while farm income is falling. There seems to be two main groups of buyers - - multi generational farm operations who write a check using prior earnings, and kids who go big by using government subsidized beginning farmer loans. Either way, there tends to be a consolidation of land holdings to a small number of families. Do you see this in your area, and is there any end to it?

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
http://cattletoday.com/forum/viewtop...16104#p1520938
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Thank you.