NDSU Extension Ag Finance Specialist Bryon Parman said land may not be as attractive of an investment with what is happening with interest rates and cash rent. Other investments are getting more interest. “CDs and things like that haven’t really paid much in the past are now offering returns that folks are interested in. That’s going to put pressure upward on cash rents, too.”
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