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The pace of farmland sales is up around 56% compared to a year ago in the central U.S. With recent data showing farmland values have surged 8% alone in the last half-year in the key ag state of Iowa, the news of the brisk sales pace reflects both general bullish sentiment in the crop sector as well as growing demand for farmland for development purposes. Given its relative stability and gradual value growth despite the COVID-19 pandemic in the last year, farmland has also been a stable investment, attracting a lot of interest from outside agriculture. See and read more about the brisk pace of farmland sales.


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