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Posted By: Dick Bennett Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 08:19 PM
Ky. agriculture officials receive Hemp Seed Shipment!
Posted By: J.E.Radebaugh Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 08:59 PM
Farm land has already Sky rocketed... Farm landing around here is selling for about $10,000 and acre...
Posted By: Dave's Garage Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 09:07 PM
Wow, that would be considered cheap, where I live. They grow blue berries, rasp berries and sprouts. Out here, agricultural land is $100,000.00 an acre.
Posted By: J.E.Radebaugh Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 09:40 PM
7 years ago it was $3,000 or so an acre...
Posted By: redindianguy Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 10:00 PM
wow ya the Mennonites buy everything here 15,000 an acre if you find anything for sale
Posted By: Dick Bennett Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Fri May 23 2014 11:16 PM
I think dirt here is sold by the Sq Ft!
Posted By: Bbburke Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Sat May 24 2014 05:24 AM
When they legalize marijuana acreage will go through the roof. Kentucky is about

to become the countries marijuana and industrial hemp number one supplier. Its

gonna be what all the old tobacco farmers who are going broke becaue of all the

Regulations put on cigarettes switch too. They are gonna be back in the money.
Posted By: Dick Bennett Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Sat May 24 2014 05:50 AM
Ironic the gov subsidizes both tobacco & alcohol, then spends millions more working against both users!
Think of the Millions spent by Drunks trying to stay out of jail & keep their driving Lic & the Millions spent by gov to House in prisons the convicted ones!
Posted By: gulfiend! Re: Property Values in Ky to Skyrocket - Sun May 25 2014 01:13 PM
...it's important to keep in mind that not all hemp is cannabis (marijuana)...the issue is frequently (and intentionally) confused - as there are many who have a vested interest in NOT seeing hemp become a viable crop, because it can replace many commodities, yet have a lower negative impact on the environment...read the following article from Forbes (a bastion of hippies and treehuggers if ever there was one wink ):

http://www.forbes.com/sites/ashoka/2013/...he-environment/
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