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OK here's the set up.An older gentleman on whose land I have hunted since I was a kid"25years now" is in declining health. When he passes on his two nephews who are also farmers that do no not hunt will take over the 300 acre farm.My question is rather than go on a year to year lease,should I go for a long term one"20 years or so". Or is it possible to Buy the hunting rights for my life time?Where as most farmers are cash starved I thought this would be a win win situation for all parties involved.Any insight or imput would be appreciated.

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I know you can buy the future develpement rights to land, so a farm will always remain a farm or whatever. I think it is on the Old Mission Peninsula where this has been going on. So why not hunting rights.

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