You too can become a license partner of Landwirtschafts­verlags

Are you looking for specialized agricultural content for your country or region? Then you too can become a license partner of Landwirtschaftsverlag. You can take over single articles up to complete magazines under license for your company and your publishing house.

For almost 30 years, Landwirtschaftsverlag has been a reliable licensing partner for many media partners throughout Europe, from the Baltic States to Turkey and from Ireland and Great Britain to Greece. The respective cooperation is individually tailored to the wishes and needs of the license partner. Each partner selects the format that suits them best from the broad range of topics covered by our agricultural media.

Use of entire magazine content and branding

A popular and very far-reaching form of cooperation is the acquisition of entire magazines from Landwirtschaftsverlag. The agricultural machinery magazine profi, the agricultural trade journal top agrar and the cattle specialist magazine Elite are attracting particular interest.

Your advantage: With the license, you not only acquire high-quality editorial content, but also an established and internationally recognized brand. You do not have to adopt 100% of the respective issue. You can combine your own topics with those of the magazine from Landwirtschaftsverlag. The result is a reader- and market-oriented magazine for your country or region.

Use of individual articles

As an alternative to licensing entire titles, you can also use individual articles from the various agricultural media of Landwirtschaftsverlag for your magazine or for your company. For example, tractor tests, driving impressions and practical tests as well as technical articles on the topics of arable farming, green energy, forestry or animal husbandry are always in demand from our extensive and independent range.

Feel free to take a look at real-life examples of how our successful license partners make it happen. We will be happy to send you sample magazines.

For questions and further information please contact Max Neugebauer.