November 21, 2011

Is Farm Boom Sitting on an Ethanol Bubble?

Christine Stebbins, Reuters


foreignpolicyblogs.com

In recent years they have been buoyed by a dream scenario. Record high prices. Record high profits. Record high farmland values. Near record production. Farm debts paid off. . .

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