Landlord-Tenant

Field of corn
The February Land Management Quarterly webinar will include an “Ask the Experts” session, allowing participants to get answers to their land or lease questions.

Ag Land Management Webinar Feb. 19 to Offer Updates on Cash Rents, Leasing for 2024

February 15, 2024
The Center for Agricultural Profitability's first Land Management Quarterly of 2024 will cover the latest trends in Nebraska cash rental rates, new leasing considerations, and more on Feb. 19.

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Millet field
Millet field near Sidney, Nebraska. (Photo by Chabella Guzman)

Nebraska Extension Schedules Farmland and Pasture Leasing Workshop

November 29, 2023
Hosted in Scottsbluff, this workshop will cover current Nebraska cash rental rates and land values, crop-share arrangements, terminating verbal leases, and other contract considerations.

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Corn field
Land Management Quarterly, presented by the Center for Ag Profitability, is free to attend and recorded for on-demand viewing. Watch previous recordings here.

UNL Ag Land Management Webinar to Offer Updates on Cash Rents, Farm Programs, Leasing

November 14, 2023
The final Land Management Quarterly webinar for 2023 will cover recent findings from the USDA NASS county-level cash rent survey and trends in farm programs influencing operations across the state.

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Hunter with German shorthaired pointers in field
In crop and pasture land leases, hunting rights default to the tenant unless otherwise stipulated in a verbal or written agreement.

Pasture and Forage Minute: Hunting Rights with Land Leases, Fall Thistle Control

October 3, 2023
A look at landlord and tenant hunting rights in land leases, and tips on managing pasture thistles this fall.

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Cattle grazing corn residue
When it comes to stalks residue, grain sorghum stover will retain nutrient grazing value longer than corn, so prioritize grazing corn residue first to achieve optimum nutrition.

Pasture and Forage Minute: Lease Agreement Conditions, Grazing Drought-stressed Crop Residue

September 27, 2023
Extension educators review important factors to consider when entering a land lease agreement, overgrazing pastures in preparation for interseeding legumes, and using drought-stressed crop residue as a feed source.

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Center pivot in soybeans
According to 2023 Nebraska survey results, the skill, interest and time of the landlord and tenant engaged in an irrigated cropland lease arrangement strongly influence negotiations for which entity maintains irrigation systems on rented land.

2023 Cash Lease Adjustments for Irrigation Equipment on Cropland

August 30, 2023
Cornhusker Economics experts analyze the impact of irrigation system costs on 2022-23 cropland rental arrangements in Nebraska.

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Farmers in field
Regardless of the type of lease — written, verbal, or even multiple year — the landlord should have clear communication with the tenant. You can avoid any miscommunication or pitfalls by sending a termination notice before Sept. 1, even for written leases.

Terminating a Verbal Farmland Lease in Nebraska

August 10, 2023
The most common legal issue associated with verbal farm leases is how a lease may legally be terminated. In this article, Nebraska Extension shares recommendations and deadlines for clearly communicating lease changes or termination.

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Farm field
Offered since 2019, the Land Management Quarterly webinars address common management issues for Nebraska landowners, ag operators and related stakeholders interested in the latest insight on trends in real estate, managing ag land and solutions for addressing challenges in the upcoming growing season.

Ag Land Management Webinar to Offer the Latest on Cash Rents, Lease Arrangements for 2023

August 4, 2023
The Aug. 21 webinar will cover recent findings from the 2023 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report, including updates on average cash rental rates, land values and trends in flexible cash lease arrangements.

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