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In recent decades, foreign investors have bought more than 35 million acres of U.S. farmland worth $62 billion — about 2.7% of all privately held land nationwide, an area larger than New York state.

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Many people are under the illusion that to be a successful investor you must “beat the market.” This mentality pits investors against the mark…

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David Millman, CEO and president of Domaine Drouhin Oregon.

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Germany has invested heavily in U.S. cropland for the production of hops.

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A historic barn near the Teton Mountains in Wyoming. Neighboring Teton County, Idaho, has seen huge foreign investments in farmland.