Tools Available to Help Set Rental Rates on Farmland

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With lower crop prices projected to continue for a while, many of you might be renegotiating cash rent or might be a beginning farmer leasing farmland for the first time and curious about tools to help you understand an appropriate rental rate for your situation.  In this episode, Paul discusses tools available to help you develop a fair rental rate for you.

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If you have questions for Paul contact him at lgoering@umd.edu, tweet him @aglawPaul or 301-405-3541.

What Should You Consider When Leasing Land with a Conservation Easement in Place?

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Farmland in Maryland may contain a conservation easement over the property.  Conservation easements limit the use of the property forever.  Leasing farmland with a conservation easement on it may create special issues for landowners who have never leased farmland before.

This episode highlights a recently developed publication by Mayhah Suri and Paul Goeringer discussing leasing farmland with a conservation easement in place.  Mayhah joins Paul to highlight what landowners and tenants should consider when developing a farmland lease on preserved farmland.

If you have questions, contact Mayhah at msuri1@umd.edu or 301-405-9576.  You can contact Paul atlgoering@umd.edu or tweet me at @aglawPaul.  Feel free to send thoughts on other podcasts to me as well.

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Episode 2: Lease Notice of Termination

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Welcome to Episode 2 where Paul discusses giving the notice to terminate your farmland lease in Maryland and Delaware.  Depending on the language of the lease or state law, you will need to give timely notice to terminate.  Resources do exist to help you (discussed in podcast).

Remember if you have questions please email me at lgoering@umd.edu or tweet me at @aglawPaul.  Feel free to send thoughts on other podcasts to me as well.

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