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Your Role In A Better Tenant Landlord Relationship

By   /  May 15, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  1 Comment

We have had very good results with keeping long land leases by focusing on keeping good landlord relationships. This article is going to review our practices that have been very successful in keeping our leased land. I will also review some of the mistakes that we have made in the past that resulted in us […]

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Don’t Let a Down Market Get You Down

By   /  April 24, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Marketing, Money Matters, Start Ups  /  Comments Off on Don’t Let a Down Market Get You Down

When times get tough, the tough start…thinking differently. Kit shares some things to keep in mind when building a new cattle business or keeping your current operation profitable.

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Pasture Rental Rates by County in the United States

By   /  April 17, 2017  /  Grazing Management, Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  1 Comment

“Pasture lease rates” is one of the searches we see most often at On Pasture. We’ve published a lot of articles on how to determine rental rates and how to write up a lease agreement, etc. (just click to see them) but I’m guessing that many of you would still like to see a number […]

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My First Wonderful Lease Part 2

By   /  March 20, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  Comments Off on My First Wonderful Lease Part 2

In his book “No Risk Ranching” Greg Judy describes how he went from liquidating his cow herd and almost losing the family farm, to paying off the farm and home loan in three years by custom grazing on leased land. Since then, Greg has been traveling the country telling folks how to grow a successful […]

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My First Wonderful Lease – Part 1

By   /  March 13, 2017  /  Leasing Pasture, Money Matters  /  2 Comments

In his book “No Risk Ranching” Greg Judy describes how he went from liquidating his cow herd and almost losing the family farm, to paying off the farm and home loan in three years by custom grazing on leased land. If you know Greg’s name, it’s because he has become an evangelist for growing a […]

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