The Growing Importance and Value Implications of Recreational Hunting Leases to Agricultural Land Investors in America

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John S. Baen;
  • Journal: Journal of Real Estate Research, volume 14, issue 3, pages 399-414
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This study considers the evolution and explosion growth of recreational hunting leases in America. The traditional European practice of leasing rural lands for the exclusive rights of tenants to hunt and fish is now an important revenue source for American agricultural ... View more
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