swine, sharing agreement, production expenses
Swine sharing agreements can result in higher net incomes for both the landlord and the tenant, if they are fair and the tenant practices a high level of management. Before entering into a sharing agreement, the parties to the agreement should estimate total production expenses for the planned swine enterprise. All expenses should be charged at actually market price, including the feed grain produced on the farm.
Pflueger, Burton and Madsen, Larry, "Swine Sharing Arrangements" (1995). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 149.