Question for cattle grazing.
I have a farmer wanting to rent my ground to graze cattle. 475 acre farm. 350 acres of the farm is in corn. Grazing will start after corn is harvested. 6 ponds with waterers. Good fence. Any idea per acre?
We change $.75 - $1/hd/day depending on quality and quantity of stubble. We provide water and fencing.
I charge my neighbor .50 cents a day per cow I'm in charge of water and he helps put up and take down the fence.
In southern Oklahoma, $15-$20/ month for pairs. $0.35-$0.40 / lb of gain for stocker calves. Cattle owner takes care of them.
Are you taking care of them? What kind of forage will be in the area that is grazed? I’m guessing corn stalks?
.75 per hd/day. neither of you are going to get rich. Make sure there level headed enough to deal with.
Have the renter remove any electric fencing once the grazing is done as you do not want to encounter that when you are planting next spring.
Grass pasture around me rents for $12.00 per animal a month or we also rent some for $70.00 acre per year. Most crop land around me has had...More
I can't help on amounts, but I agree it would be best done be per head (or pair) per day.
It seams pretty standard in Nebraska to charge $15 an acre or .65 cents a day.
We pay anywhere between $0.75-0.95 per day per cow calf pair for grass. And about $0.70-1.00 for after harvested grazing depending on the pr...More