Do I need a farm manager?

Do I need a farm manager?

Yes. Someone does need to manage the farm. If you have the time and expertise to manage the farm for youself or your family, there is nothing wrong with self-management. Many second- and third-generation landowners now like to use a farm manager since they have no experience with production agriculture. Typically hedge funds and investment groups will use a farm manager.



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