Land negotiation time always seems to be a chore, and both the farmer and the landlord tend to go into negotiations with a very straightforward "me vs. you," or "win/lose" attitude, but it doesn't have to be that way. You can get creative with alternative types of land leases to create a deal that looks after both parties' best interests.
Tim Brhel shares things to think about and numbers to examine in preparation for your next land negotiation. These tactics will help you decide if a traditional or rather an alternative plan, such as a flex lease, would be worth considering. Tim also shares a few real life examples of how this sort of creative thinking can end up benefiting both the landowner and the lessee.