I heard this article on NPR the other day talking about the rising price of farm land due to: "[Some people are] sitting in New York [and] saying, 'Well, I don't know, I've never even been to Nebraska, but by golly, I'm going to buy some Nebraska land,' " Goss says. "And you have these groups coming together ... that are buying farmland [and] driving up farmland prices to prices we've not seen before." I don't work out there, but I wondered how those of you who do handle this. I guess at issue is the 'typical buyer' part of the definition of market value, which we all have to deal with. When do the investors in commodities become the typical buyer and the poor graduates in the article are just out of luck?