A business management team can be an advantage, but just a minority of producers builds one.
With so many producers opting to rent and lease land, building a good landlord-tenant relationship is key to maintaining a viable farm operation.
Seeking a second opinion can be a prudent on-farm decision-making measure, but beware being engulfed by a tidal wave of viewpoints.
Proactive business planning requires more than one annual visit to the accountant.
Long-term land leases have both positives and negatives for landlords and renters, experts say, and it's important all parties know the possibilities before reaching an agreement.
A new class of agricultural consultants has emerged. Here's what you should ask to make sure you get the right one for you.
We asked four speakers from the Advancing Women in Agriculture conference, "How is the role of women in agriculture changing, and what are the best ways to capture the opportunities?"
Learn how setting fair land rental prices, open communication and written contracts contribute to building a positive landlord-tenant relationship.
With larger, more complex farms and fewer family members in the game, it’s more common to look outside the family for help. Here’s what you should know when looking for a worthy business partner.