Is farmland the next bubble?

High grain prices are rapidly driving up the cost of agricultural land, but some experts are warning we might just be watching the next real estate bubble in the making.
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High grain prices are rapidly driving up the cost of agricultural land, but some experts are warning we might just be watching the next real estate bubble in the making.

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