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Expert: Don't assume higher cropland prices will last

Published 01/15/2013, Grand Forks Herald

In 1900, cropland in Ramsey County in north-central North Dakota sold for an average of $10 per acre. Twenty years later, it fetched an average of $50 per acre. By 1940, the average price of cropland in the county had plunged to $17 per acre.

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