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We know that your farmland is not the only thing you think about each day. You own your land for many reasons, but it is an important part of your personal and financial future. Who is thinking about how to bring more value to your land and what does that value look like?
Working with the right farmer is a good way to bring more value to your investment and at the same time provide a high-quality food source to a growing population.
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The Bird dog blog
Business relationships are hard How do you improve the relationship with a new farmer and/or an existing one who has rented your land for many years? Relationships are hard work and it can be even harder when the time you spend together is limited. This is the case for many landowners who are renting their[…]
Why do landowners need a peer group to become better land managers? We all have been involved with a community for most of our lives. For many of us, this a family who loves and cares for us. For others community is a group of friends or people who by chance you have spent time[…]
Would your farmland benefit from drainage tile? It seems like the spring and summer of 2017 will be remembered as one of the wettest in history. In much of the corn belt evidence of drown out spots and waterlogged soils blanket the countryside. Managing the air and water in the soil is a major economic[…]
What are landowners looking for? Landowners come in many shapes and sizes, figuratively speaking. As you look at the diversity of this group, they cannot be lumped into one or even two categories. Their demographics are many and their thoughts of how their land should be utilized is also diverse. I spoke to a landowner[…]
How do you protect you and your farmland? What about an attorney? It has been a good couple of weeks exploring the valuable people who every landowner should surround themselves with. A high quality loan officer and someone experienced in secession planning are two of those people. Today we will discuss how a trusted attorney[…]
Why would a landowner need someone to help with secession planning? Last week, I shared with you the importance of every landowner having a loan officer and had a great conversation with Bob Fulling. Today I have the pleasure of introducing Brian Koch. Brian is an experienced financial advisor who helps families transition their farm[…]
A Valuable Lending Agent A few weeks ago I presented the idea that every landowner should have a team of advisors behind them. This management team should help with major and even minor decisions in owning and managing their farmland. I am excited today to introduce to you one of these experts who is in[…]
Should you as the landlord have a management team? A few weeks ago I presented the idea that your tenant, the farmer renting your land, should have a management team they work closely with. What does this tell you about the farmer you are working with? A few things, one being that they realize that[…]
How do I find more acres to farm? Finding additional land to farm in the right location is a difficult task. First off, there is a scarcity issue – where local land doesn’t come up for sale very frequently. Secondly, identifying landowners who are looking for a new tenant is a real struggle.[…]
Why should the farmer renting your land have a management team? Over this past year I have shared the importance of having a solid management team with farmers. So what or who is a management team, and why is this important to me? These are all good questions that deserve some explanation. As you look[…]