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Create a FARM Profilechevron_right

If you’re interested in leasing or selling your farm, consider creating a posting for your land that farm seekers can view. Once the posting is reviewed by NC FarmLink staff, it will be published on our database. Farm seekers can then reach out to you directly if they are interested in your opportunity. Landowners can also download our paper application, which will need to be filled out and sent to a NC FarmLink staff member. Use the above button, to get started creating a NC FarmLink profile for your land. Below is a video tutorial about how the NC FarmLink Database works for landowners:

Browse Farm Seeker Profileschevron_right

If you’re looking for a potential farmer to work your land, you can use the NC Farmlink Opportunity Database to browse profiles of folks seeking to buy a farm, to lease a farm, a business partnership, an internship or mentorship, or a farm job. There are all sorts of farm seekers on NC FarmLink, so if you are looking for farm seekers with experience, look for the CFS icon, indicating that that the individual is a “Certified Farm Seeker” and has farming experience and seeks a career in farming. Also consider using the quick search options or filter your search results by acreage, years experience, and type farm production.

NC FarmLink can also be used to find resources including government agencies, non-governmental farm related organizations, as well as financial and legal professionals.

Resources for Selling Your Farmchevron_right

The link above provides resources and information for farmers to consider before selling a farm. Selling a farm can be a tough decision. If you’re struggling with the decision to sell and would like to discuss options, please consider signing up for a no-cost farm succession consultation here.

Resources for Leasing or Renting Your Farmchevron_right

With the price of farmland rising rapidly in North Carolina, many new and established farmers now rely on leasing farms. This section contains more information on leasing and renting a farm as well as several lease templates.