Ag land market: Swenson: Per-acre values of cropland leveling out
FARGO — More than a decade of double-digit increases in cropland prices — in some cases 50 percent or more annually — may be ending in North Dakota.
As prices for corn, sugar beets and other crops have dropped, the per-acre values of cropland are leveling out, said Andrew Swenson, a North Dakota State University Extension farm management specialist.
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