Bulls are costly to purchase and are also expensive to rare. Bulls work three months of the year and then spend the rest of the year lying down. They spend time eating costly feeds and tearing things apart. This is why cattle keepers prefer Bulls for Rent. Frequently, such transactions between cattle keepers are sealed with a handshake.
But, it’s crucial for cattle keepers to have terms and conditions of such transactions laid out so that both parties can be protected.
Terms of business will articulate a precise agreement and also issue a roadmap for resolving any disputes that may arise. Additionally, the business relationship between the two parties will be reserved.
What are some of the Tips that can Be Included in the Agreement?
Identification of the Bulls
Bulls for Rent needs to be clear of which bull is subject to rent. If the bull for lease is registered with a breed association, it’s essential to include a breed registration number together with a copy of the registration to act as an addendum.
Also, cattle keepers should put an approximate weight (body condition) of the bull at the time of the agreement. In some instances, the bull owner can also entail a photograph of the bull to clearly illustrate the condition of the animal at the date of delivery.
In the bull rent agreement, it should be apparent where the animal will be housed. Also, the bull owner should know what the animal will be fed on when it’s delivered at the breeder’s property.