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Flexible Farm Lease Agreements

Alejandro Plastina , William Edwards , Ann Johanns

This publication provides information needed to develop flexible farm lease agreements, where the actual rent is not determined until after the crop is harvested. Included is a flexible lease agreement worksheet and multiple examples.

Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 05/2016

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