Land prices are one of the things that artificially appreciates in price during a credit-induced boom, since land is a capital good and artificially low interest rates inflate the capital goods market. In the near future at least, it would make more sense for land prices, including farmland, to fall rather than rise as the low-interest rate credit bubble pops.
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