The last three sales in mid-Michigan sure fell , they were all under $5,000.00 per acre . Far cry from the 8 to 10 thousand we were seeing the last 5 years. With interest rates rising ,and a new tax break coming, and the economy taking off. Land's really going to drop . The lenders , merchants, and dealers want you to buy into the fact it's going to increase , because there in trouble if it don't . Were in for a massive correction in farm country, just remember new JD and CIH combines trashing crops in Russia on $300.00 an acre ground.