New Mexico LandLink makes it easy for farmers and ranchers to find land, and for landowners to find a producer for their property.

It’s free, simple, and secure.

Why

NM LandLink

The USDA estimates the nation will need 100,000 new producers over the next decade to fill the gap of the current generation of retiring producers. Access to land, succession planning, capital resources, and education are all significant challenges faced by New Mexico’s new and expanding producers. This creates a gap threatening the resiliency of New Mexico’s agriculture industry, rural communities, and local food supply. The barriers to entry for the next generation are high, and NM LandLink aims to break down these barriers.

Why

NM LandLink

The USDA estimates the nation will need 100,000 new producers over the next decade to fill the gap of the current generation of retiring producers. Access to land, succession planning, capital resources, and education are all significant challenges faced by New Mexico’s new and expanding producers. This creates a gap threatening the resiliency of New Mexico’s agriculture industry, rural communities, and local food supply. The barriers to entry for the next generation are high, and NM LandLink aims to break down these barriers.

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  Weston Medlock

     Project Coordinator

        New Mexico State University / Cooperative Extension Service

Weston has a passion for New Mexico agriculture and is devoted to enhancing the viability of farmers, ranchers, and the natural resources upon which agriculture thrives. His work with NMSU Extension has focused on increasing land access for farmers and ranchers, developing new and expanding producers, and expanding market opportunities.

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