Family farmers can get tips from Purdue University specialists on business communication and dealing with accounting and legal issues during a succession-planning program offered at various sites in Indiana. Cultivating Strong Indiana Farm Family Relationships for Today and Tomorrow will be offered beginning in January and continue into March. Purdue's Women in Agriculture and Farm Succession Planning teams, in partnership with the North Central Risk Management Education Center, present the program. Purdue Extension presenters include Janet Ayres, agricultural economist; Angela Gloy, farm business planning specialist; county educators; and members of Purdue's Farm Family Succession Planning Team. Extension and local communities collaborate on the program, with local accountants and attorneys invited to speak on financial strategies. Registration is $50 for individuals or $100 for families up to four members. Contact local program hosts or Purdue Extension county offices to register. Program questions can be directed to Kelly Heckaman at 574-372-2340.
CONTACT: Kelly Heckaman, 574-372-2340, firstname.lastname@example.org