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Friday, August 04, 2017

Want to Buy a Farm? Here's Where Prices Are Rising and Falling

Ready to quit the city, buy a farm and live out your rural fantasy? Bargains can be found in South Dakota, but you better move quickly in California, which is getting pricey.

Average farmland values nationwide have risen 2.3 percent to $3,080 an acre so far in 2017, according to an annual report released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That gain, which erases last year’s decline of $10 an acre, is mostly due to increases in the value of buildings and land put into non-agricultural uses.

State-by-state, however, the picture is varied.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here you go....you ten cent millionaires that are sick of the Delmarva area South Dakota has a hell of a deal for ya.....pack up...bye!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like those ten cent millionaires have a lot more gumption than a fat couch potato like you.

Anonymous said...

You'll be the same crybaby complaing about how bad things are or one of Jake days minions or day himself trying to convince everyone of how great "smack city" is.

Anonymous said...

7:48. YEEESSSS!!!

Anonymous said...

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