There is powerful demand for good productive cropland. “For the most part, it is strong to extreme strength, but it is too early to make a blanket assessment on that,” said Kyle Nelson, Farmers National Company. There is a fair amount of farm land on the market and Nelson expects that to continue. Regarding farm rents, the negotiation process has begun sooner than normal. “Some of that is at the request of the tenant in wanting to make sure they have the land locked up as they lock in their inputs which has been chaotic.”
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