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Considerations for Equine Lease Agreements

Offering a horse for lease can be a good option for an owner who is unable to ride or care for their horse due to physical, time, or financial constraints but still wishes to maintain ownership. A lease can be an alternative to selling the horse, a way to cut maintenance costs, or an avenue to...

Farm Leases and Big Data: Issues That Cannot Be Settled By a Handshake Deal

Photo by Edwin Remsberg This post should not be considered legal advice Before we get started on the topic, I have to issue a nerd alert because I find most of the issues related to data gathered from precision ag, yield monitors, etc. to be utterly cool and dealing with the ownership issues of the...

Developing Your Agricultural Land Lease: Updating the Rental Rate

Photo by Edwin Remsberg This post is not intended to provide legal advice I realize that we are roughly 5 months away from when many of you will need to give notice to terminate a lease or at least will want to make the tenant/landlord aware of your plans for 2016 (yeah I realize it’s early in 2015...

Leasing Workshop for Farmland owners and Farmers

Monday, Mar. 16, 2015 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative auditorium
Farmers and landowners in Southern Maryland can learn more about agricultural land-leasing issues at a leasing workshop 5 to 9 p.m. March 16 at the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative auditorium at 15035 Burnt Store Road in Hughesville. The workshop is sponsored by Department of Agricultural and...

Agricultural Leasing in Maryland (FS-971)

As we approach the end of the year, many farmers and their landlords will be making decisions on renewing land leases. Should the rent be increased? Should additional terms be included? As you begin these discussions, farmers and landlords should consider reviewing Agricultural Leasing in Maryland...
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