Partners

Counties---HomeAllen Broster has grown up on the Wabash county farm where he now resides. Allen has 36 years of full time farming experience. Chad Broster has grown up on the same farm, with 12 years of full time farming experience. Together they currently operate Broster Farms, farming land in both Wabash and Edwards counties.

Over the years, together they have earned the TRUST of many land owners, both local, and off farm owners, to become one of their “Farming Partners”.

Allen and a landowner discussing cropping plans & soil samples

Broster Farms looks forward to discussing all your farming needs, immediate and long term. Our farm office is always open for discussing these options.

INVESTORS

Have additional cash? Looking for something to invest in? Why Invest in farmland? Investing in farmland is an excellent way of diversifying because of farmland’s solid long term returns which do not follow the stock market.

Want to be one of our “Farming Partners?

Please fill out our form below and one of the Broster Team members will get back to you in a timely manner. Thank You!

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Crop ShareCashCrop Share/with guarantee Cash OptionOther

CROP SHARE: With a crop share lease, both landowner and tenant, share in a percentage of the gross revenues produced from the farm.

Example : A traditional 2/3 of the gross revenues goes to the tenant, 1/3 of the gross revenues to the landowner.

CASH LEASE: A traditional cash rent lease, is a lease, where the tenant pays the land owner a set amount of cash, regardless of what the farm produces.

Example: 140.00$ per acre paid to the landowner to farm the land.

CROP SHARE/CASH GUARANTEE: Combines some features of both the Crop Share and the Cash Rent lease. A guaranteed sum of money is paid to the landowner, with some additional money paid from the gross revenues of the crop.

***All of the these are strictly examples,there are several variables to considered when negotiating a farm lease. Location, Productivity, and profitability to name a few.***

AS A LAND OWNER OR POSSIBLE LAND INVESTOR (Optional)

WHAT ARE YOUR SPECIFIC GOALS FOR YOUR FARM LAND?

WHAT QUALITIES IN A TENANT DO YOU LOOK FOR?

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