How much were you able to reduce land rent costs for 2014?

As corn and soybean prices have dipped to levels not seen in quite some time, we're wondering if land rents have done the same? Will it be necessary to have lower cash rent in order to meet your bottom line? We'd like to know: how much were you able to reduce land rent costs for 2014? Not at all? 5-21%? More than that? Or did you not need to get your rent costs lowered for the year? Take the poll and let us know. Also, leave a comment with your thoughts on your current land costs and how those will impact your bottom line this year.

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