Gemkist Farms, Inc. leased one of its farms to Bolen for a specified period on an equal crop-share basis. Near the end of the lease period, Gemkist decided not to renew the agreement. When Bolen remained on the property beyond the lease period, Gemkist filed suit to regain possession of the farm, and for an accounting of all sales of crops and livestock raised on the premises. Judgment was awarded to Gemkist after trial to the court. We affirm. On appeal, Bolen argues the trial court made several errors in the administration of the litigation. Briefly, the alleged errors are: (1) submission of the accounting task to a master, (2) insufficiency of the evidence to establish the value of certain bee boards, (3) wrongly excluding evidence, and (4) improperly delegating the task of preparing written findings of fact and Conclusions of law.