Farmland prices in mid-Missouri have reached record highs - more than doubling over the last 10 years. But historical trends may give farmers reason for concern.
Cattle tramp through the mud on Nathan Martin’s Centralia farm.
There are about 360 head here. There’s corn and soybeans growing, too.
Martin bought the land in 1983, and has been working it full-time since.
It was after prices started dropping, and bottomed out three years later.