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If you already rent land to Allam Farms Partnership, you know that we appreciate your contribution to the operation. Our landlords are more than just a customer, we consider them to be a land partner. Many of our partners have been with us for extended periods of time, some as long as 20 years! They appreciate:
•    How we farm
•    How we compensate them
•    How we work together

There are many benefits if you become an Allam Farms Land Partner.
•    Fair, top paying rental agreements
•    Rents paid on time
•    Frequent communication

You will not be disappointed. If you know of someone who would like to have their land enriched by a first rate operation, contact Chris (780-777-4276 or chris@allamfarms.com) to learn more.

Referral Program

Allam Farms is looking for more business partners in the coming season. Adding more fields for the 2019 season would make a big difference. If you know anyone who is looking to sell or rent their land, let us know. For each 1/4 section we gain from your referral, we will give you $500, if that parcel is directly adjoined to a field we farm the referral increases to $750. We thank you for your continued support as our business partner

Rental policy

The staff and management at Allam Farms Partnership take it as a personal compliment when we are approached to buy or rent land. We take pride in the way we deal with land lords, other farmers, and local businesses. When a land lord approaches us, our first question will be “who is currently a renting the property?” If the current tenant is still in good standing with the land lord, we most likely will not be bidding on the property. Our preferred circumstance is that the current tenet is finishing his or her farming career, and is no longer renting the property. In the event that a farmer has parted on unamicable terms Allam Farms will examine submitting a bid. Some events that will warrant us making a bid include:

  1. Disagreement between Landlord and Tenant
  2. Violating provisions of the contract by the Tenant
  3. Poor farming practices exercised by the Tenant
  4. Tenant failing to utilize the Premises for an extended period
  5. Tenant leaving the Premises fallow, unkempt, in disrepair or encourage the growth and multiplication of weeds
  6. Tenant allowing the acreage of the premises to be significantly decreased by the encroachment of trees, weeds or grasses.
  7. Over-due rental payments or paying less than the contracted rental amount without due cause.

Allam Farms Partnership currently has outstanding Landlord partners; we do not always rent land when it is offered to us, the relationship we are growing needs to be healthy for both parties for our businesses to succeed.

We are always looking to expand our acres and do more of what we love. We will not add to our operation if it devalues our image or brand. We like working with our current landlords and look forward to working with others in the future.

Land Owner References Available Upon Request

Here is one communication from a landlord in response to Allam Farms Pre Seeding Newsletter 2017

Hello Chris, please accept my congratulations and compliments on your latest venture into the world of Agriculture Communication. I agree with you that the pay backs will be significant over the years and will make your partnership a WORLD LEADER. I am very proud to be associated with your organization and continue to promote your group every chance I can. 

Well done again to everyone involved.
A very satisfied land owner!

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