The price of farmland is way up these days, high enough to draw the attention of federal banking regulators on the lookout for real estate bubbles. Are prices building toward a 1980s-style John Mellencamp "Rain on the Scarecrow" farm crisis?
The answer, say experts, is no — at least in the short term.
Most of the conditions that contributed to the farm bubble of the '70s and farm crisis in '80s just aren't present, they said
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