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COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farm succession planning should not begin when the head of the family dies, says Wesley Tucker, University of Missouri Extension agricultural economist and succession planning coordinator.Too often, planning starts the day after the ...
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Who will run the farm?It’s the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about until the owner dies or can no longer run the farm, says Wesley Tucker.Tucker is a fourth-generation farmer and succession planning coordinator ...
This self-paced course consisting of 3 modules, each less than 15 minutes long, will help the student understand the challenges of preparing to transition their business to a new owner when they decide it is time to leave. The transition process is ...
Business management - Farm Succession Planning, University of Iowa - Whole Farm -- Transition and Estate Planning
Helping businesses at every stage from concept to startup, growth to renewal, mature to succession succeed through counseling, training and access to technology.
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