Loved this candid conversation with Rusty Rumley with the National Agriculture Law Center on this episode of Ag Law Today. We are talking the Do’s and Don’ts of Leases concerning agriculture including farm leases.
Ask Cari: What Are Some Considerations For A Bull Lease?
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Leasing livestock, rather than buying it, can be a better option for many farmers depending on the situation. Leases are available for different types of livestock and the agreement should include the following clauses: 1. Description of Animals: The lease should include how many of the livestock are being leased and descriptions of the animals, including any special identifying features. …
Lawline Presentation: Overview of Common Agriculture Contacts
<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/aYx8HfACKKg” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Here is the video of the presentation that I gave to Lawline this past summer on an Overview of Common Agriculture Contracts. You can download the slides and the presentation materials that go along with this presentation and get Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) credits (for you lawyers out there) via Lawline here. This …
Outline Giving Overview Common Agriculture Contracts
You can download my substantive outline discussing a few of the major contractual issues that affect production agriculture on my JD Supra page here. The outline discusses a myriad of contracts issues including: agriculture production contracts, purchase agreements (for land, livestock and farm equipment), leases (for land, livestock and farm equipment), special contracts (e.g., custom feeding arrangements, embryo transfer contracts, …
My Presentation on Farm Leases
I gave a presentation last Thursday at Lawline on Farm Leases. My powerpoint presentation can be viewed below. It discusses: (1) general considerations with farm leases, (2) active vs. passive income (and why it matters!), (3) types of farm leases, (4) lease provisions, (5) price/rent negotiation, and (6) a few other types of leases used on farming operations. [slideshare …
Bull Lease Checklist
Lawline Presentation on Farm Leases
I will be presenting live tomorrow at 3:30pm ET giving an “Overview of Farm Leases.” The webinar will last for 1 hour. Recording will be available later via Lawline and Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) credit is available. For a sneak preview, check out my outline available via JD Supra here.
My Lawline Presentation on Livestock Law
Some Terms for Bull Leases
For those of you interested in a written bull lease, consider these terms: Term: The term of the breeding season should be listed (e.g., March 1 to June 30, July 1 to September 1). Number of Bulls: Note the number of bulls leased from the lessor plus any other bulls leased from other cattlemen during the breeding season. Payment: The …
Common Agriculture Contracts
I’m speaking today from North Carolina on common agriculture contracts, including agriculture production contracts, custom feeding arrangements, farm leases, farm machinery leases, animal leases (such as bull and horse leases) and partnership agreements. My presentation is below: [slideshare id=26801973&doc=overviewofcommonagriculturecontracts-131002165536-phpapp02] I will be tweeting from the conference today so follow me live!
Happy Fourth Year Anniversary to this Blog (and my law practice)
I hope my readers had a great Fourth of July. I just got back from the Berkshires. You can see some of my pictures on Instagram. Back to business.. I had a great first, second, and third anniversary for this blog, but I have to say – Year 4 has been the best. Thank you for support from my blog …