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In spring, a farmer’s fancy turns to thoughts of getting more land — but don’t rush in to a purchase agreement, says a provincial farm financial specialist.

Don’t let that pretty quarter section turn your head

Spring is a busy time for farmland sales, but make sure you don’t wind up with buyer’s regret

Spring is a prime time for buying land, but don’t rush into a purchase, says a provincial farm financial specialist. “With farmland prices continuing to appreciate, a well-researched financial and ownership plan will guard against ill-prepared land purchases,” said Rick Dehod. “So do your homework before making a final decision.” Read more: FCC sees increase […] Read more