http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/lo...cle_5b006004-fecd-5d9c-96db-8b5b0f184a12.html So now Wisconsin is vowing to capitalize on, what I consider to be, one heck of a cash crop. I wonder how this is going to change the profitability of land ownership? South GA where I spend a lot of time and sell a good bit of investment property is a whole lotta pine tree farms. Those take 10-15 or even 30 years to mature to the point of profitability. I wonder how something that makes a comparable profit in 6 months will change property values and land usage? Will it make owning small farms as an investment easier to pay for if you can get higher income per year? I have a lot of good thoughts about this trend and hope other states, especially GA, follows suit. Love to hear anyone's thoughts.