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Cropland in Demand: But Large Tract Sales WitherCropland in Demand: But Large Tract Sales WitherBy Charles Gilliland, Gerald Klassen, John Gabriel Garcia2012-04-20T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
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Texas markets struggled to post a small gain with a continuing dearth of large tract sales. Gains appeared to be concentrated in West Texas, the Panhandle and High Plains. Uncertainty and high commodity prices fueled strong demand for cropland. For the third straight year, fewer acres than historic patterns forecasted changed hands in Texas. Digital and Print1994https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/cropland-in-demand-but-large-tract-sales-wither

 

 

Cropland in Demand: But Large Tract Sales WitherCropland in Demand: But Large Tract Sales WitherBrokerage
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