The latest agricultural land management and leasing considerations for 2023 were covered during two virtual landlord/tenant cash rent workshops —"Climate and Farm Resiliency for the Next Generation" — hosted by the Center for Agricultural Profitability at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln on March 23 and 24.
The workshops offered updated leasing information relevant to landlords and tenants, including new 2023 Nebraska land values and cash rental rates, tips for communication and negotiating. They will address topics like equitable rental rates, managing and adjusting farmland leases, landlord-tenant issues, pasture leasing, crop share leasing and other management considerations.
The presentations were led by Allan Vyhnalek, an extension educator specializing in farm and ranch transition and succession, and Jim Jansen, an extension agricultural economist. Both are with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability. The March 23 workshop used examples geared toward viewers in Eastern Nebraska, while the workshop on March 24 featured examples more relevant to viewers in Central and Western Nebraska. Regardless of location, the general information presented in both meetings is the same.
March 23 (with examples for eastern Nebraska)
00:06:17 — 2023 Nebraska Land Values
00:19:56 — 2023 Nebraska Cash Rental Rates
00:35:26 — Agricultural Land Leases
00:53:41 — Lease Communications, Provisions, Succession, and Negotiation
01:52:00 — Carbon Credits and Land Management Considerations for 2023
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March 24 (with examples for central and western Nebraska)
00:04:11 — 2023 Nebraska Land Values
00:17:42 — 2023 Nebraska Cash Rental Rates
00:40:46 — Agricultural Land Leases
00:57:14 — Lease Communications, Provisions, Succession, and Negotiation
01:58:51 — Carbon Credits and Land Management Considerations for 2023
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