From The Field

What Is A Sale Leaseback?

Unexpected expenses are a concern for many farmers, whether it is for maintenance of equipment or to purchase a better tract, and these expenses may put financial strain on your operation. So how can you hedge the risk with the reward in farming? For many farmers, this means looking into

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How to Determine Land Value

What’s that land worth? The answer will take some digging. Valuing land is more complicated than simply looking at parcel size and comparable sales. There’s a long list of factors that could impact price, ranging from soil type to road access. To top it off, there isn’t a gold standard, magic

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Tick Management on Recreational Land

Ticks can ruin your day, and if you own recreational land, they can ruin the enjoyment of your property. Whether you’re heading out to a tree stand, mending fences, or simply walking your property on a breezy summer afternoon, the risk of tick-borne illnesses and itchy welts is the last

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Commonly Asked Questions When Buying a Farm

For some farmers, buying land can be a major step toward claiming autonomy over their future. Operating a farm is extensive and requires significant expertise, but many renters don’t realize that owning your own land comes with a new set of considerations. If you’re ready for the responsibility of ownership,

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Why Should I Use A Land Agent?

Real estate transactions are notoriously complicated, but agents are meant to represent and guide you throughout the entire process to ease this burden. When it comes to land transactions, having a true land expert on your team can help bring confidence to the buying or selling experience. Professional land agents

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