The UW–Extension is surveying landowners and renters about land rental rates in Door County.
Whether you’re a land renter or owner, determining a fair rent price is a challenging process. For farmers, land rental is important for farm profitability. For landowners, renting land maximizes assets. Unless landowners and renters can agree on a price, the system can’t function.
Land rental rates vary depending on a variety of factors such as location, soil and lease terms. UW-Madison Division of Extension is often a resource for landowners and renters looking to find average rental rates. Extension is conducting a survey in Kewaunee and Door Counties to determine local average rental rates. Land renters and owners in both counties are being asked to take a five-minute survey to help establish local rent averages and lease agreement terms. The survey is anonymous and the results will be grouped by town and county.
Complete the survey by Feb. 15, 2020 here: bit.ly/KewDoorLandSurvey.
For more information contact Aerica Bjurstrom, Extension Kewaunee County agriculture agent, at 920.388.7138 or [email protected]