The benefits for a tenant when leasing a pasture include no capital investment and the opportunity for expansion. Land owners can benefit from leasing their properties by receiving free property care and a constant source of income from the tenant, notes Noble.org.
Tenants and landlords may work out a specific agreement that mutually benefits both parties. Generally, a lease benefits tenants because there are no interest payments on a lease, but there are on a land purchase. Leases allow tenants to operate farms without going into debt, leaving more money for investments such as animals that populate the pasture, notes OnPasture.com.
Negotiations on a lease property can benefit tenants and landlords. By negotiating lease lengths, tenants benefit by having the ability to grow a business. It also gives tenants a way out if the business fails or if the tenants decide running a pasture is no longer a viable option.
A lease also benefits tenants by ensuring they are not tied down to one area for a long period of time. Once the lease comes to an end, landlords and tenants have the option to continue or discontinue the lease, and they can work together to negotiate new, more beneficial terms if they decide to enter into another contract together.