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Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Fri Jul 6, 2007 07:56 AM CDT

Taylor, DTN: Danny, if you think farmland is at a peak, shouldn't farmland investors "sell high" now and come back when they can buy low?

Klinefelter, Texas A&M: I don't know if the market has peaked, but I do think the overall rate of growth in land prices is likely to slow. But even in boom markets, there will always be a few bargains, and even when the overall market has peaked there will be hotly contested tracts or tracts that are being purchased for other than income reasons, which will sell beyond anything that makes economic sense. One of the unique things about farmland is ...

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