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Your Role In A Better Tenant Landlord Relationship

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Greg and Jan Judy. We have had very good results with keeping long land leases by focusing on keepin
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Greg and Jan Judy of Clark, Missouri run a grazing operation on 1400 acres of leased land that includes 11 farms. Their successful custom grazing business is founded on holistic, high-density, planned grazing. They run cows, cow/calf pairs, bred heifers, stockers, a hair sheep flock, a goat herd, and Tamworth pigs. They also direct market grass-fed beef, lamb and pork. Greg's popularity as a speaker and author comes from his willingness to describe how anyone can use his grazing techniques to create lush forage, a sustainable environment and a successful business.

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  1. Curt Gech says:

    Thank you for the fine article, the clear examples, and your advice. In the area in which I live, most people have one-year crop-sharing deals for hayland. It is still close enough to a frontier mentality that doing any work beyond making hay and applying maintenance fertilizer is not normal–“there’s always another field to rent.” We were fortunate to have one farmer lease our land and reseed the fields, but we (resident landlords and part-time farmers) were lax/ignorant in not spelling out the terms of reseeding and making the length of the lease a specific amount of time. Sometimes things get complicated because we just don’t know better and live in an area in which various possibilities are little known or practiced. Our local agricultural has sponsored one workshop on these matters. Thank you again for your help.

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