Agriculture Consulting Agreement

We have a lot of experience in tendering for contract farming and leases and understand what agents are looking for in evaluating applications. Our plans are credible and entirely expensive, so you can make sure that your plan offers a convenient and robust solution for the operation in question and that your application has the best chance of success. 1.1 Services. The company commissioned a consultant to provide services related to the company`s [summary of project or activity]. The Advisor will provide [Summary of Services to be Provided by the Advisor] and the other services described in Appendix A (together, “Advisory Services”). At Douglas Green Consulting, we recognize that planning financing to support a lease or contract is an essential part of securing a lease. Our budgets provide your bank with all the information it needs to evaluate your plans and thus improve the chances of support immeasurablely. When do you need advice in the food industry and in the aquaculture or agricultural farm? 3.1 Indemnification. The Company pays the Consultant $______ per month for the services provided to the Company under this Agreement. The monthly allowance shall be paid on the first of the month following that in which the services were provided. The monthly remuneration is paid regardless of the number of hours of advice performed by the advisor in a given month.

[Another option is to pay every hour and request monthly documentation. Monthly remuneration would be reduced by the hourly rate of the number of hours less than the hours worked.] With respect to the management of a farming business, there is no agreement on an important matter and external advice is required to obtain objective advice The Advisers acknowledge that the provisions of Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this Agreement are reasonably necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the business, in their scope and duration. and are not excessively restrictive. The Counsellor also acknowledges that a breach of any of the provisions of Articles 5, 6 or 7 of this Agreement will cause irreparable harm to the Company and that a remedy in the event of a breach of the Agreement is insufficient and that, therefore, the Company has the right to seek all appropriate remedies, including: not limited to injunctions and other remedies, that are available between the parties under applicable law or agreement. The Counsellor acknowledges that the award of damages to the business does not preclude a court from ordering by omission. Damages and claims for omission should be considered as appropriate remedies and not as alternative remedies. . .