Valuing On-Farm Heir’s Sweat Equity Is Complicated and Agreements Should Be Developed to Fairly Compensate On-Farm Heirs

Image by Edwin Remsberg. Handling sweat equity issues when bringing in the on-farm successor can limit issues down the road where an on-farm heir feels slighted.
The best solution for handling sweat equity is to agree early on to pay the on-farm heir at a market rate. Image by Edwin Remsberg

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