List a farm. Find a farm. It all happens here.


Find resources to help you ease the transition.


Finding them shouldn't be a needle in a haystack.


"Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction" ~ John Crosby
Helping move agriculture forward by

cultivating connections

Locate Land

MiFarmLink and its partners are collecting listings for farmland for sale or lease all across Michigan.

Get Started

If you have been putting your succession plan off, now is a great time to get some help and tackle it!

Find Assistance

Collaborators from public, private, and non-profit agencies are curating this list of farmer resources.

Make Connections

Having a mentor to guide you through the early years of farming can really impact your bottom line.

Have questions?

Find answers

How is the MiFarmLink Project funded?

Ottawa County received a Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to launch the program. Now the County is working with numerous partners across the State to grow MIFarmLink, including Washtenaw County Conservation District, Carls Foundation, Americana Foundation, and Towsley Foundation.


Can beginning farmers get money for their farms?

Unfortunately, no. But the MIFarmLink Project is trying to make it easier for young, new, and beginning farmers to find access to loans and programs that can provide the capital needed to make a go of farming!

What kind of properties can be listed on the land locater?

MIFarmLink Project is trying to help shepherd working agricultural lands from one generation of farmers to the next. Listings should be for working agricultural lands only, please.

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Contribution to Michigan's economy from agriculture


Second most diverse agricultural state


Number of farms in Michigan, down 9% from 2012


Of Michigan farmers are over 65 - only 9% are under 35