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K-State to host agriculture lease workshops


To help ensure that landlords and tenants understand the complexities in agricultural leases, Kansas State University is hosting seven workshops to address the issues.

The day-long workshops are designed to help landlords and tenants understand different rental arrangements, including cash rent, share rent and the recently-popular flex-rent arrangements in which rental rates can "flex" depending on prices, yields or both.

Dates, locations and contact information for each location include:

Jan. 10--Rush Center, Jared Petersilie, 785-222-2710 or

Jan. 10--Dighton, Jared Petersilie, 785-222-2710 or

Jan 15--Wichita, Gary Cramer, 316-660-0100 or

Jan. 16--Junction City, Chuck Otte, 785-238-4161 or

Jan. 17--Hutchinson, Cody Barilla, 620-662-2371 or

Jan. 22--Scott City, John Beckman, 620-872-2930 or or Allen Baker at 620-375-2724 or

Jan. 23--WaKeeney, Julie Niehage, 785-671-3245 or

More information, including downloadable brochures with details for each site, is available at and click on 2012-2013 Lease Workshops or contact Rich Llewelyn at 785-532-1504 or

Date: 12/31/2012


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