What is the Lease Length?

Tillable supports one year leases. However, a landowner does not need to go through the Price Discovery process every year to choose a new farmer. When you make an offer, you should create a shared vision and plan for the farm. If you execute towards that vision and build the relationship with the landowner, then the expectation is you will continue to farm that land. A one year lease forces an annual check-in and accountability towards the goals that you have established with the landowner.

If you have improvements and investments that you want to make to the land, discuss those with the landowner and discuss how they impact what you can pay.

Tillable’s data collection helps independently verify a farmer’s execution of the farm plan strengthening the relationship with the landowner and helping to foster a multi-year relationship that ensure the farm remains a part of your operation.