LAND MANAGEMENT NEWS
Did Drought Kill the Land Market?
Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:03 AM CST

"Go to a land auction today, and you'll see a lot of ego in the room. It's to the point where land prices are almost as much about ego as about what the land is actually worth."

It's a simple observation from 40-year veteran of the farmland market Murray Wise. The oft-quoted Wise is mostly spot-on when it comes to knowing which way the wind blows when buying and selling land. He says auctions today can tell you a lot about land prices. Sometimes ...

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