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How to Rent Land for Farming

As a farmer looking for land to rent, you may have to do some research to find a landowner willing to lease out their land for farming. Land and farm owners can be skeptical of farmers they don’t know for many reasons. But if you look in the right places, and find the right lease agreement that works for both land owner and renter, you may find the acreage you need and make a healthy profit doing so.

Why Farmers Renting Land Need Farm Insurance Coverage

Just like landowners, lease-holding farmers need to have insurance coverage for their farm personal property that’s used and stored on rented land. Because accidents happen on the farm, it’s key to know you’ve got the right coverage for your operation.

American Agriculture Defines Resilience

Today’s USDA Crop Progress Report indicates:
U.S. corn 88% completed compared to 55% this week last year. Tillable’s farmland specialist, Mason, shares his perspective.

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What’s in Your Farmland Checkup?

The Farmland Checkup lays the foundation for what we do at Tillable. It’s free, it’s easy to request, and the information you’ll get is valuable this season and into the future.

The Basics of Price Discovery

Price discovery is one way of finding out what the market thinks is a fair price for farmland, so landlords and growers can reach a fair deal.

Why #Plant19 Isn’t Over Yet

#Plant19 has been a tough one, but farmers are tough, too. Here’s why we shouldn’t close the book on this season just yet.