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High quality land in Iowa rose 34 percent to $8,198 per acre, according to the report. O'Brien County, in the northwest, had the most valuable farmland in the state with the average acre valued at $9,513, up 33 percent, according to the survey. Decatur County in south-central Iowa for the second straight year had the lowest average at $2,721 per acre. That's still up 31 percent from 2010.

 

“This rate of increase in 2011 has led to concerns that farmland may be the next speculative bubble,” Duffy said in a statement. “Some people feel farmers are setting themselves up for a fall similar to the 1980s. Without a doubt, it's an interesting time and something to watch, but it isn't a time to panic.”

 

How do you short farmland?  ;D

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High quality land in Iowa rose 34 percent to $8,198 per acre, according to the report. O'Brien County, in the northwest, had the most valuable farmland in the state with the average acre valued at $9,513, up 33 percent, according to the survey. Decatur County in south-central Iowa for the second straight year had the lowest average at $2,721 per acre. That's still up 31 percent from 2010.

 

“This rate of increase in 2011 has led to concerns that farmland may be the next speculative bubble,” Duffy said in a statement. “Some people feel farmers are setting themselves up for a fall similar to the 1980s. Without a doubt, it's an interesting time and something to watch, but it isn't a time to panic.”

 

How do you short farmland?  ;D

 

Short agricultural commodities.

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http://news.businessweek.com/article.asp?documentKey=1376-LW7AVX1A1I4H01-65SJ4CMOM0AB5BL5K7MJQL3O8K

 

High quality land in Iowa rose 34 percent to $8,198 per acre, according to the report. O'Brien County, in the northwest, had the most valuable farmland in the state with the average acre valued at $9,513, up 33 percent, according to the survey. Decatur County in south-central Iowa for the second straight year had the lowest average at $2,721 per acre. That's still up 31 percent from 2010.

 

“This rate of increase in 2011 has led to concerns that farmland may be the next speculative bubble,” Duffy said in a statement. “Some people feel farmers are setting themselves up for a fall similar to the 1980s. Without a doubt, it's an interesting time and something to watch, but it isn't a time to panic.”

 

How do you short farmland?  ;D

 

Short agricultural commodities.

 

 

Short manufacturers/dealers of durable equipment that farmers buy when they're feeling flush.

 

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High quality land in Iowa rose 34 percent to $8,198 per acre, according to the report. O'Brien County, in the northwest, had the most valuable farmland in the state with the average acre valued at $9,513, up 33 percent, according to the survey. Decatur County in south-central Iowa for the second straight year had the lowest average at $2,721 per acre. That's still up 31 percent from 2010.

 

“This rate of increase in 2011 has led to concerns that farmland may be the next speculative bubble,” Duffy said in a statement. “Some people feel farmers are setting themselves up for a fall similar to the 1980s. Without a doubt, it's an interesting time and something to watch, but it isn't a time to panic.”

 

How do you short farmland?  ;D

 

Short agricultural commodities.

 

 

Short manufacturers/dealers of durable equipment that farmers buy when they're feeling flush.

 

 

Better yet, how do you short Iowa Maserati dealerships? :)

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