Article: Flex Rents Need to Benefit Both Parties

Nick Horob

Update: this articled linked to below is a bit dated but the message is as relevent as ever!

I gave a presentation on flex rent contracts awhile back for the Northwest Farm Managers Association annual meeting.

Rather than copy and pasting the article that summarized by thoughts, check it out here:

Flex rents will never be the majority of farm rent contracts, but they can be mutually-beneficial and should definitely be considered by farmers and landlords alike.

Here’s another article we’ve writted on flex rent contracts:

Nick Horob

Nick Horob

Passionate about farm finances, software, and assets that produce cash flow (oil wells/farmland/rentals). U of MN grad.

Fargo, ND
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