How Profitability of the Cash Crop Affects Farmland Rental Rates

What factors affect farmland rental rates, continued… Last week I started a series of blog posts on what factors affect rental rates. So far, supply and demand was the first factor that can affect what you are paying for cash rent. In much of the Midwest where commodity crops like corn, soybeans, wheat and forages Read more about How Profitability of the Cash Crop Affects Farmland Rental Rates[…]

Types of Farmland Rental Relationship

What type of rental relationship is best for you and your farmland? If you are renting land as a major part of doing business, understanding types of lease agreements can be very important. In some areas, it is not uncommon for producers to be renting up to 75% of their total production acres. Not all Read more about Types of Farmland Rental Relationship[…]

Adding Value Outside of the Cash Rent Check

How do you add value outside of the cash rent? The big phrase of the day is “value added.” As you look at many products and services today, the use of the words value added are very common to help communicate the benefits above and beyond what is being sold. We live in a value Read more about Adding Value Outside of the Cash Rent Check[…]