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Rising U.S. farm debt and the implications for farmland investors

Rising U.S. farm debt and the implications for farmland investors

Three consecutive years of disappointing commodity prices has led to farmer incomes decreasing year after year. Low prices for soybeans, corn, milk and beef have reduced the level of farm income and 2019 is not expected to provide a deviation from this trend.

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