A grill almost a horse barn?
It's kind of long just because there's a bit of history to consider before answering. . .
I live on a cattle farm, atm our fields are down and our barn houses our birds (peacocks). The farmer who uses our land used to trade us hay and grant us a dollar to farm on our land. It was a fair-minded trade, but since we dont have horses anymore, he hasnt had to give us hay/trade us hay nor have he paid his dollar for the last few years.
This spring we had asked the cultivator to please plow our horse fields so we could replant them. He never did. So we spend the summer waiting, I've been wanting to buy a horse to start riding again. . . instead now I'm opt for a lease agreement with someone. I have a horse I can lease now, but no place to put it on our cattle farm. I want to talk to the farmer and ask if I could lease out a stall contained by his barn.
I dont know what to offer him. I'd just be using the stall and his one field a few times a week to agree to the horse graze and strech besides trail riding.
I didnt want to offer more then 100 dollars, but I dont know if that's too much or not adequate. What would you offer them? Should I also mention the fact he still owes us for using our land, or not?
I'll be feed, buying the beding, mucking, watering, and basically doing everything for the horse, I'd just like it to be close to our house.
Depending on where you are located has to do beside a 100.00 being to much or to little. The fact that he still owes you is a big thing. That should be included surrounded by the deal. You should ask about the stall and see if he give you a price. Deal off of the price he gives you and bring up the money owed at that time.