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Klinefelter: By the Numbers
Danny Klinefelter DTN Farm Business Advisor
Mon Apr 21, 2014 07:34 AM CDT

In my last two articles, I looked at what I believe will be the major drivers of change in agriculture over the next decade. This article looks back at four things that stand out to me as reshaping agriculture over the last 10 years.

1. Land Values and Market Value Equity

Farmland values boomed and landowners' market value net worth increased dramatically. The financial crisis and real estate market collapse in the non-ag sector proved to be just a hiccup in the farmland market. While most of the country has experienced increases in farmland values, I think too many people ...

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