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“Farmland gets pricier in Kansas, elsewhere”

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February 8, 2011
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“The rise in Kansas agricultural land prices appears to be accelerating in response to the incredible jump in the price of many agricultural products since mid-2010. A recent survey by Farmers National Co., a national brokerage for farm and ranch land, showed that non-irrigated crop land in central Kansas averaged $3,000 an acre, up 50 percent since June.
Irrigated farmland in central Kansas was up 15 to 20 percent since June, for an average of $3,500 an acre.” Read more.

“Farmland gets pricier in Kansas, elsewhere”
Dan Voorhis
Kansas City Star, February 7, 2011.

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