Equitable Cropshare Arrangements for Intensive Dryland Cropping Systems
Journal of American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers
The baseline wheat-fallow rotation with the two-thirds/one-third tenant-landlord cropshare arrangement is the most common in the Nebraska Panhandle ([Johnson], et al., 1998). With the widespread acceptance of the two-thirds/one-third cropshare arrangement for dryland wheat production in the area, the 3.06 percent (Table 2) annual return to investment and management is a rate that landlords have been willing to accept.
Burgener, P. and D. Feuz. 2000. "Equitable Cropshare Arrangements for Intensive Dryland Cropping Systems." Journal of American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers. 64(1):112-117.