Take your operation to a new level​

With Tillable, you can find new farmland in just a few clicks. Simply create an account today to find new land to farm tomorrow.

How it works

Tillable’s revolutionary platform is changing how farmers operate and expand their operations.

Create Your Free Account

Build a profile showcasing your farming experience.

Search Farms

Seek out nearby farms and mark your favorites.

Make Offer

Enter your blind offer which will be evaluated with other offers.

Grow Stronger

Expand your operations with more land if your offer is accepted.

Grow stronger

Tillable opens the door to new rental opportunities in your area, while making it easy to demonstrate your expertise and showcase your success.

  • Gain unprecedented access to land
  • Market your farming experience
  • Build your reputation

Getting down to business

Simplify administration and keep up with the business side of farming. Tillable’s easy-to-use platform keeps all pertinent details in one place and readily available.

  • Digital leases for easy reference
  • Automated rent payments
  • Reporting tools to help track soil management, fertilizer usage, yields and more

Farmers over formulas

Farmers have a special connection to the land. Tillable is out to strengthen that connection. By giving you greater access to land. Empowering you to take your operations to the next level. And by providing the tools you need to demonstrate success to make you even more marketable to landowners.

Frequently asked questions

Nope. Tillable is not an auction platform, and all offers made on the site are blind—meaning farmers can’t see other offers. Landlords will have different motivations when choosing a farmer, which makes your profile very important. (You’ll complete your profile when you create an account.) Criteria like experience, personality or commitment to farming or the local community can often carry more weight than the highest offer.
Tillable is founded on the principle helping farmers find new opportunities to rent farmland. To search for new land, you’ll first create an account. When you’re logged into Tillable, simply select “Browse Farms” from the main menu. The map will center on the default location you set in your profile (you can update this anytime by going to your Account Settings). Each farm that is located within the limits of your view will show on the map and on the list view on the right side. The icons and cards provide additional information about the availability of each farm.
Access to the Tillable platform, browsing and saving farms is free. If you sign a lease and rent a farm through Tillable, a fee of 2% of the gross rent for that farm applies.
No. Your profile is not visible to other farmers and is not searchable by landlords anywhere on the site. The only time a landlord can view your profile and information is when you submit an offer on their farm. Other farmers do not have access to your profile and cannot view your offer.
Not necessarily. After the first year, you and your landlord can choose to negotiate directly for future years. To ensure that necessary information is well-organized and always available, you can continue to manage leases, payments and data through Tillable.
Good question. When you rent farmland through Tillable, you’ll be expected to share farm operation details with your landlord. Reports may be simple uploads from precision agriculture tools you’re already using like MyJohnDeere or Climate FieldView, reports you receive from other sources such as your soil management contractor, scale tickets or other documentation. Other farmers and landlords on Tillable cannot see your data.
Is this an auction? Does the highest offer always win?
Nope. Tillable is not an auction platform, and all offers made on the site are blind—meaning farmers can’t see other offers. Landlords will have different motivations when choosing a farmer, which makes your profile very important. (You’ll complete your profile when you create an account.) Criteria like experience, personality or commitment to farming or the local community can often carry more weight than the highest offer.
How do I find farmland in my area?
Tillable is founded on the principle helping farmers find new opportunities to rent farmland. To search for new land, you’ll first create an account. When you’re logged into Tillable, simply select “Browse Farms” from the main menu. The map will center on the default location you set in your profile (you can update this anytime by going to your Account Settings). Each farm that is located within the limits of your view will show on the map and on the list view on the right side. The icons and cards provide additional information about the availability of each farm.
What does it cost to use Tillable?
Access to the Tillable platform, browsing and saving farms is free. If you sign a lease and rent a farm through Tillable, a fee of 2% of the gross rent for that farm applies.
Can other farmers see my profile or my offers?
No. Your profile is not visible to other farmers and is not searchable by landlords anywhere on the site. The only time a landlord can view your profile and information is when you submit an offer on their farm. Other farmers do not have access to your profile and cannot view your offer.
Do I have to make an offer every year on a farm I rented through Tillable?
Not necessarily. After the first year, you and your landlord can choose to negotiate directly for future years. To ensure that necessary information is well-organized and always available, you can continue to manage leases, payments and data through Tillable.
What are the reporting requirements?
Good question. When you rent farmland through Tillable, you’ll be expected to share farm operation details with your landlord. Reports may be simple uploads from precision agriculture tools you’re already using like MyJohnDeere or Climate FieldView, reports you receive from other sources such as your soil management contractor, scale tickets or other documentation. Other farmers and landlords on Tillable cannot see your data.

Don’t get left behind.

Chances are, neighboring farmers are already seeking out new rental opportunities on Tillable. Don’t miss out. Sign up for your free account today so you can start expanding operations tomorrow.