High Farmland Prices – Low Farmland Rents

This month in Sustaining Farming on the Urban Fringe – High Farmland Value, Low Farmland Rent: Unintended Consequences, we explore how extraordinary high NJ cropland values became coupled with surprisingly low cost farmland rents. This situation presents opportunities to enter NJ farming through low cost leasing, despite the barriers usually associated with prohibitively expensive farmland.

If you are a landowner or farmer, get engaged and learn the importance of long term farmland leases by attending two upcoming Farmland Leasing Networking and Information Sessions on March 12 and March 14, sponsored by the SADC and NOFA.

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