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Many Kansas farmers opt to rent
13 Apr 2020
In the U.S., owning property is often thought to be a better option than renting, but with agricultural land, that might not be so.
For most farmers, unless you inherit farmland, renting or going into debt are the only options.
Brice Custer, of Hays, fits into this category. As Custer did not grow up on a farm, he had to acquire or rent his land in Graham and Trego counties.
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