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A boom in farmland – considered the next trend in long-term investments – shows no signs of slowing

By Christopher Mims
USAPublished Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

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“Across the nation’s Corn Belt, even as the worst drought in more than 50 years has destroyed what was expected to be a record corn crop and reduced yields to their lowest level in 17 years, farmland prices have continued to rise. From Nebraska to Illinois, farmers seeking more land to plant and outside investors looking for a better long-term investment than stocks and bonds continue to buy farmland, taking advantage of low interest rates.”

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