Hello, The property I farm is located in the western part of Georgia and it has about ~35 acres in pasture. It has been cut for hay for the past twenty plus years. Currently the deal I have with a neighbor is that he cuts it and keeps the hay for his cows in return for bush hogging the rest of the property 3 times a year. However last year he only ended up doing about 3 hours of bush hogging because I'm using more and more of the land for my animals. Clearly we need to renegotiate, but I don't know how much it's worth so I don't know what to ask for. I cannot cut the hay myself, but it would be fine if it didn't get cut for a year or so meaning there's no need to rush. Some special considerations: 1) We are working towards being Certified Naturally Grown so no spraying or commercial fertilization would be allowed. 2) The larger part of the field is accessible over a bridge which is stronger than it looks - it has handled plenty of farm equipment in the past, but makes people nervous to look at. 3) The last cut would need to be made no later than early September in order to allow for some decent regrowth before frost. I want to do this in order to build the soil up and reduce runoff. 4) I only need 10 bales or so for myself so a 50/50 split wouldn't work. The grass isn't particularly good, there are about 15-20 acres in bermuda and the rest in various stuff I don't know. The ph is about 5.5 and no lime has been applied in years. What would you charge? What sort of deals have you seen worked out in similar situations?