Farmland values continue to rise in North Dakota
A chance to conduct business on even a small piece of North Dakota's more than 39 million acres of farmland has not come cheap in recent years, as the price per acre continues to rise.
Kevin Pifer, a former North Dakota deputy commissioner of agriculture who heads Pifer's Auction and Realty in Bowman, said land values have tripled over the last six years.
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