How well do you know your landlords? Do you really know what makes them tick? What kind of things do they value? What do they consider a "win" when it comes to your partnership? If you don't know the answer to these questions, it would be advisable for you to get to know your landlord better. A great relationship with your landlord can not only help you today, but it may also potentially open new opportunities for you down the road.
In part one of a two-part post on this topic, Darren Frye explains how keeping an open line of communication to your landlord - one that gives them the information they need to satisfy their level of interest - makes for a satisfying relationship. This sort of cooperation and transparency can earn your farm a reputation as the area's "go-to" farm, and can easily open the door for you when it comes to new opportunities with landlords looking for new tenants.