High volatility, uncertain yields, and fluctuating land values make calculating fair farmland rental rates challenging for landowners and tenants alike. Flex leasing agreements base land rent on prices and/or yields, reducing risk for producers and offering potential “bonus” rent for landowners.
Landowners and tenants looking to establish mutually profitable, long-term farmland rental agreements should consider the advantages of flexible leases. In our free eBook — “Flex Leasing: a Solution for Growers and Landowners” — you’ll learn:
- How to ensure the fairest rent based on price and yield
- What to think about when measuring crop yields and determining price
- Why crop insurance should be considered when agreeing on farmland flex leases
- How to decide between “traditional” flex leases, Crop Share Equivalent leases, and bushel (pound) leases
To learn how to structure a flex lease for mutually profitable farmland rental, download our FREE eBook.