Manage your farm

We help you retain the value of your inheritance or investment

Manage my farm

Through farm management services, we provide agricultural landowners a profitable return on the land while maintaining its sustainability and value. Some owners have purchased farmland as an investment or for other reasons; others have inherited land and have special emotions associated with their family farm.

Choose Bell State Bank & Trust to manage your farm property, and you will be able to stay on top of the financial management of those valuable assets. We are experienced enough to understand the agricultural industry as well as your personal concerns, whether they have to do with your family farm or a larger ag-related business. We can help you with:

  • Proper tenant selection and rent collection
  • Negotiation of farm leases
  • Assessment of region’s fair market rental rates
  • Periodic visits to ensure proper farming techniques
  • Knowledge of required farm program paperwork
  • Real estate tax payments
  • Marketing and sale of land
  • Marketing of crops (crop-share only)
  • Management of specialty assets (sugar beet limited partnerships, mineral interests and other closely held businesses)
  • Farm succession planning

 

The team at Bell State Bank & Trust is great to work with. We switched because of their great reputation and rates! I enjoy being able to stop at one of their locations after work – the hours are great and they have so many locations available.
-Magda F.

Why Bell

Whether you have inherited land that has been in your family for generations or purchased investment property, you can trust Bell to take special care in managing your farm property.

Manage my farm

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Save time by calling us first for fast, free pre-approval or apply online at bellbanks.com Then talk to your real estate agent or builder.