Here are two farmland seeker video testimonials:
Tips for creating your Farmland Seeker profile
Be as detailed as possible!
Remember that many landowners are not just looking for a farmer whose production goals match their land, but are also interested in seeing evidence of experience. Consider uploading a resume to supplement the available fields and give landowners a more detailed picture of who you are and what you are capable of.
When landowners browse seeker listings, they will see:
- your name
- your production goals
- the short tagline you created summarizing who you are and what you’re looking for
Only once a landowner choses to click on your name will they see your full, detailed profile. Your tagline is a great opportunity to set yourself apart. Clear, concise taglines will attract the best possible opportunities. Be creative!
Tips for browsing farmland listings
You can browse all listings, or use the search filters to view only listings that meet your criteria.
Search filters include:
- Acres - total
- Acres - cropland/tillable
- Acres - pasture
- Region/County (view the region map we used here)
- Setting (rural, urban, suburban)
- Type of opportunity (sale, lease, etc)
- Equipment and infrastructure available (buildings, water, fencing, etc)
- Current production on farm (livestock, vegetables, grain, etc)
- Current production practices (organic, conventional, transitioning, etc)
Narrow your farmland search by the factors you care most about, but avoid creating parameters for areas you aren’t as concerned with -- if you narrow your search too much you could miss out on a great opportunity!
Be aware that some landowners may create listings that are more detailed than others, so it’s worth exploring listings that leave you with some questions.