Investment returns on U.S. farmland fell to their weakest in four years, undermined by price falls in some areas, and income returns which were not as strong as typically expected for the summer period.

Investors in US farmland received returns of 1.45% in the July-to-September period, the weakest figure since the 1.03% reported in the same quarter of 2010 as the world was emerging from the depths of financial crisis.

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