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Martin O’Sullivan: Cow leasing can be a win-win for farmers entering or exiting dairying

A leasing arrangement often makes financial sense for both lessor and lessee, and it avoids the trauma of a dispersal sale

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Mutually beneficial: The most common situation for cow leasing is where a farmer exiting dairying teams up with a farmer entering the sector, or expanding. Photo: Clare Keogh

Mutually beneficial: The most common situation for cow leasing is where a farmer exiting dairying teams up with a farmer entering the sector, or expanding. Photo: Clare Keogh

Mutually beneficial: The most common situation for cow leasing is where a farmer exiting dairying teams up with a farmer entering the sector, or expanding. Photo: Clare Keogh

It can make sense for a farmer with cows that are surplus to requirement can lease them to another.

The most common situation for cow leasing I have encountered is where a farmer exiting dairying teams up with a farmer entering the sector, or expanding.


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