"Although I would love to reply and give you an answer or a suggestion it just isn't feasible due to the fact that I cannot base an opinion of what I should suggest without seeing what kind of land you are dealing with. You speak of brambles and…"
I am new to this group and it looks like you are too. Since we both need a little help getting our network going, I am going to add you as a friend if that’s ok.
"im a llittle confused are you saying your buy seed for you hay feild every year? because if you manage it right you can make it last for 15 years, im not trying to teach you anything because if you have a hay feild you must know something im just…"
"Hope you find a way to keep your land. Can you get a loan for the seed? That sounds like what a Farm Services Agency operating loan is for. Maybe you have a Farm Credit System bank close, or, a bank you have a good relationship with?
"do your best to keep the land once its gone its gone if you cant do things on it your self rent the tillable acres out rent the gas rights? rent out to some hunters if it huntable land etc..... as long as you get enough rent to pay the taxes it wont…"
"Have you looked into grants, there are many rural area development grants that the government has, you might want to contact your area rep. . Alos I was wondering how many times you have to reseed your fields, I reseeded 6 years ago and still get…"
"I wouldn't sell espically right now with the top cut off on the land market. I don't much about haying at all, but I think you would regret selling. There has to be a different route for you to take."
"I worked for a local grocery store chain here in Iowa until a few years ago. We would buy produce from several of the local farmers. One of whom would have his own produce as well as wholesale produce from other farmers in the area. He would pick it…"
"try to hang on. I'm into alpacas but unless you start big you have to grow to make any money on that note. How about goats? Renting your land for cows to graze on sounds good too...helps with the fertilizer too!
Hang in there once you let it go…"
try to hang on. I'm into alpacas but unless you start big you have to grow to make any money on that note. How about goats? Renting your land for cows to graze on sounds good too...helps with the fertilizer too!
Hang in there once you let it go you may never be able to attain land again, at least that much.