The agricultural land market came into 2020 with a glimmer of optimism -- until COVID-19 slammed into people’s lives. Catastrophic disruptions to the world’s economy have reached into U.S. agriculture to wreak havoc with marketing chains. As a result, the land market hit the pause button as buyers and sellers slowed activity. Opposing factors will be pushing and pulling land values in the coming months to determine what’s next for the land market, according to statements from Farmers National
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