Price of land just keeps going

Wally World

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That goes for trees and carbon capture too , I don't agree with these programs but having local, home grown good old boys for neighbors is very important to me . I'd rather have any one of you guys on here for a neighboring land owner rather that some rich prick from elsewhere in the world who is buying up land for these programs. I'm just pointing out whats going on, there is money out there and these programs are already funded, no matter if we agree with them or not . You guys need to wise up and leave politics out of this equation before we are surrounded with people who we don't have anything in common with. Look west , it's coming like a storm.
There is NO free lunch. Who do you think is paying for all of these Gov. welfare programs? If the Gov. gives out money don't you think they have many strings attached? If you want land so bad just save up and go buy your own piece of land and leave the rotten Gov. out of it! There is NO free lunch!
 


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I was told "no free lunches" when I was growing up. That was a lie! Plenty of free lunches out there.
 

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There is NO free lunch. Who do you think is paying for all of these Gov. welfare programs? If the Gov. gives out money don't you think they have many strings attached? If you want land so bad just save up and go buy your own piece of land and leave the rotten Gov. out of it! There is NO free lunch!


I understand and feel where your coming from , there is no such thing as free lunch. Every tax I pay reminds me who is funding the Gov. and no, I don't want any more land . My reference was about locals who have looked at hunting land and/or sloughs but found out it wasn't feasible. There are conservation programs out there, like it or not we are paying for them. Of ALL the fed money getting flushed down the toilet , I'm happy that at least a trickle of my money goes towards conservation programs.

From Senate Ag.
"Farm programs specifically, such as vital farm risk management tools and voluntary incentive-based conservation programs, are projected to represent more than three-tenths of one percent of total federal government spending." They always package the "deals" Conservation and IRA is 0.12% of 2.4%

But anyway , It would be fun to hear what ever became of some of those sloughs and hunting parcels and what state the new owners were from and if the property was later enrolled in a conservation contract. Just saying it's worth penciling into the equation to get it a little closer to feasible. Might have to get creative and get a few buddies together and put it in a trust and grow a big garden.


https://www.agriculture.senate.gov/...lysis-the-may-2023-farm-bill-scoring-baseline
 
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It was my form I started and if Camper truly believes what it thinks no wonder the world is sheet hole with president we have and no the world was whole lot better after Trump came in and takes no shit. You will see for sure when election days came around. Don't forget to give couple billion to Dems doing the world a fantastic job a no 1#

I’m no English wizard, but your grammar is hard to follow most of the time.
 

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I'm getting things lined up to plant another 850 trees on my quarter next spring. SD Game and Fish is going to pay 75% out of their "Woody Habitat" program, which I believe is funded by hunting license sales. I guess that's still kind of a "tax", but one I can get along with.
 


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FWS easements are paid with duck stamp dollars. So duck hunters are footing the bill to keep a little bit of that habitat. Good way to recoup some investment into a property. Most of us dont want to till and drain every square inch like new farmers maximizing acres. I dont consider that welfare...
 

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For those who wonder why land prices are going up, this was quite informative. Long discussion about water, food production and global politics....

 

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For those who wonder why land prices are going up, this was quite informative. Long discussion about water, food production and global politics....


Land prices are going up like everything else! When the government counterfeit's trillions of dollars that money creates turbo inflation. The extra money is counterfeit! It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out!
In the last 8 years, the government printed over 13 TRILLION counterfeit dollars over the budget. Let that sink in!

Below is a diagram of just 1 TRILLION dollars, take that times 13 and this is just the last 8 years!!!!

If one trillion U.S. dollars were stacked in $1.00 notes, the stack would be approximately 67,866 miles high, it would reach more than 1/4 of the way from the earth to the moon.

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Maybe not quite...

Don't get me wrong, a trillion dollars is an awful lot of money. But maybe not the best measure of distance.
 

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lol. 631 miles... earth to the moon and back 14 times?! that there is some fucked up math and distance calculation. even if you use $1 bills and add 2 zeros to the end of that number... so, 63,000 or if you use the first post above... 67,000... you still only about 14% of the way there. still. that's a big stack of bills.

ok. i hit pause and did some actual math. 100 $1 bills is .43 inches X 10,000,000,000 (1 trillion divided by 100) = 4,300,000,000 inches divided by 63,360 inches/mile = 67,866.16161616162 miles... to be exact.
 

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lol. 631 miles... earth to the moon and back 14 times?! that there is some fucked up math and distance calculation. even if you use $1 bills and add 2 zeros to the end of that number... so, 63,000 or if you use the first post above... 67,000... you still only about 14% of the way there. still. that's a big stack of bills.

ok. i hit pause and did some actual math. 100 $1 bills is .43 inches X 10,000,000,000 (1 trillion divided by 100) = 4,300,000,000 inches divided by 63,360 inches/mile = 67,866.16161616162 miles... to be exact.
Exactly, that's what I had on my post! The main point is the criminals running our country are breaking the people and destroying our country!!
 

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