Plagued for years with disease-ridden crops and now facing near-record low prices, many wheat farmers in the upper Midwest are putting their farms up for sale.

As a result, land values in parts of Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Iowa have plunged to 10-year lows, forcing many bankers to require more collateral from farm borrowers.

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