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Calculating Cash Rent Guide

Most people agree that cash rent should be about 30-38%  of the gross production value of the land, but many rental agreements fall well below that range. While cash rent rate calculations aren’t an exact science, there are several methods you can use to generate a ballpark estimate of what might be a fair cash rent value for your tillable land.

Learn those methods with this free guide!

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The Tillable story

T
illable was founded in 2017 to tackle a big, unaddressed problem: the inefficiency and lack of transparency in farmland rental that causes U.S. landowners to lose an estimated $8 billion per year, and prevents qualified farmers from finding new land to rent. Today, Tillable’s mission is to make renting farmland as easy, fast and fair as possible.

We start by helping landowners make better decisions about their farmland, giving them access to data, information
and options they’ve never had before. At the same time, we make it easier for farmers to responsibly expand operations through the first true online marketplace for farmland rental. In turn, farms thrive through more careful attention to the land and improved productivity. And when farms thrive, the people who own and care for the land thrive, too.

“Tillable cared about the story of our land and simplified things for us.”

“My wife and I bought our land in the 60s and farmed it for 40 years. A few years ago, we rented to a farmer who, it turned out, hadn’t been taking great care of the land. Tillable cared about the story of our land and simplified things for us so that we have guaranteed income.”
Doug T.
Wisconsin Landowner

Are You Earning Fair Rent?

Still not sure? Check out our complimentary rent calculator.

Are You Earning Fair rent?

Still not sure? Check out our complimentary rent calculator.