Five Questions Non-Operator Landowners Should Ask Their Farmers about Soil Health
More than half of all cropland in the United States is rented. This means the person who owns the land – a non-operator landowner – is often separate from the farmer making daily management decisions that have long-term impacts on the land.
If you are one of those landowners, you may not be thinking about your soil and how it is managed. Your soil is your most valuable asset and building soil health is a capital improvement.