According to Farmers National Company, the price for good crop ground in North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota is ten-to-15 percent higher than last year. The inventory of farms for sale is at a low point with more buyers than sellers in the market. Area Sales Manager Brian Mohr says the current commodity prices have made farmers more bullish to buy farmland. Drought concerns have been an issue, but prices for ranchland and pasture are relatively stable.
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