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Land Rents

Some where along the path everything got messed up again.  I was just reading on aonther site that land owners are wondering what they should do with rents.  Well it didn't say anything about backing them off a few dollars dew to less then par yields. 

That really pushes me the wrong way since when corn price was going up and up and up all I heard was go raise your own rent, I'm am all about FAIR play but the idea of the landLORD not wanting to back off in his income when the farmer is suffering is a little bit to much and then for the rest of the nuts to be saying , require your tennant to have have adequate crop insurance and good residue so the organic matter is higher in the soil for water hold capacity.   DId a 5 year old tell you that?    Come on people have  a little common sense here.   

 

I use to hear this comment alot, I want to cash rent so I dont' have to worry about marketing the grain and drought.  Well you know what, maybe you shouldn't own the farm if you don't want to market grain or worry about drought.    Because thats what farming is. 

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