I am sure this has been a topic that's been beat to death, but as a young farmer, what advise is out there to acquire rental ground? My wife and I currently do not crop farm but have raised livestock…Continue
"What has been working for me is actually printed out a one page flier explaining I was out looking for land to rent and described my operation. I hit 20 to 30 landowners and usually get 1 or two calls. I have picked up almost 70 acres in…"
"Go to auctions meet people . The first piece is the hardest. Was for me. But if you do get a piece of land make sure u take good . Real real good care of it. Other farmers will see that u care. And more land will fallow. It won't happen over…"
"I've got to agree with Bronson and Curtis get your name out there let your neighbors know your a hard worker and you know what your doing but you also have the capacity to take advice and try new things I'm in central Ohio land rents are…"
"Communication is key. It may be awkward at times to call someone you barely know to ask about renting their ground but most people don't get too offended. If they do I don't feel like giving them my business anyways. I know a lot of people…"
"As a rule of thumb renting fees are usually $30.00 an acre per year. this has been the standard around here in North Carolina. When leasing land make sure you have it in writting and get the hunting rights on the land. I have seen people…"
I am sure this has been a topic that's been beat to death, but as a young farmer, what advise is out there to acquire rental ground? My wife and I currently do not crop farm but have raised livestock since graduating college. We have been unable to rent any land having only tried advertising. What are some creative and innovative ways young farmers can find land to rent?