Your land. Your best interest. We get it– Farmland is unlike any other investment. These properties require tremendous time, effort, and unique expertise. AG Farm management exists to make landowners lives easier, farms more profitable, and legacies long-lasting.
We work for YOU
AG Farm Managers serve you directly. In every call, text, or email, you’ll always be communicating with your farm manager, someone who knows you, your farm, and your goals.
Services for YOU
Whether it’s profitability, stewardship, or land value, we believe your land has the potential to be better than it was when we started managing it.
As an AG Farm Management Client, you will receive a robust, customized list of services. Seriously, we even take care of small details.
While every client’s services are specialized to them and their property, most full-service clients enjoy the benefits of the following:
REPRESENT YOUR BEST INTEREST
“What are your goals” is our first question
- Hire a qualified tenant farmer
- Negotiate lease terms
- Implement robust stewardship to protect and preserve your farm
EXPERT DAY-TO-DAY MANAGEMENT
Cultivating farm potential
- Develop and execute expert strategies for sales of grains and purchases of inputs
- Enroll in appropriate USDA programs and fulfil USDA requirements
- Communicate with landowners, tenants, and suppliers
- Pay real estate taxes
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, ANALYSIS, AND REPORTS
We deliver financial insight.
- Keep accurate financial records, pay bills, administer distribution checks
- Analyze financial statements, farmland values, and other timely topics provided to you on a quarterly basis
- Prepare tax statements that your accountant can transfer to tax forms
PUT BOOTS ON THE GROUND
High touch management yields success.
- High touch management yields success.
- Evaluate crop conditions
- Identify problems like pests, fungus, weeds, drainage, soil health, etc.
- Meet with tenant operators to select beneficial operations
DELIVER AND EXECUTE EXPERT SOLUTIONS
Every farm has the potential to be better than when we started managing it.
- Evaluate, plan, recommend and oversee projects that increase farmland value, production, and returns
- Utilize robust stewardship to improve the land over time