Land Transfers Offer Hope, Stewardship to Beginning Farmers

It’s hard to tell what prices may be going up faster than food, but it’s possible farm land is one of them. It’s a circumstance — the high cost of land — that makes entering farming business difficult. But there are solutions that emerge if the right parties can get connected. And in Ohio, where a lot of land will be in transition in the coming years, they’re banking on creative financing and relationships as the keys to getting new farmers into the business.

This article was sourced from:

Nadia Ramlagan, Public News Service


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