Sprott announced an eye-popping dividend a few weeks back, and it got mentioned on this board as a farmland play. See this link and read the comments as well as the article.http://seekingalpha.com/article/1100951-natural-resources-in...Apparently, much of the dividend is return of capital, though management feels that, since there won't be much further M&A expenditures, it will be able to cover the dividend.However, there is one more issue. That farmland is not profitable.I bought a very small allocation, but I don't think this is widows and orphans material.
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