September 26, 2022

10 Tips for Communication in Your Farm Business

Communication in any business is important, especially in your farm business when many times family is involved. Purdue ag economist Brady Brewer hosts a discussion with Purdue’s Farm Succession Planning team that will provide you with 10 tips for better communication within your farm business. Team members Renee Wiatt, Family Business Management Specialist, Kelly Heckaman, Purdue Extension Area XI Director, and Heather Caldwell, Fayette County ANR Educator, discuss their tips for better communication with recognizing family roles, exploring feelings, discussing issues, responsibilities and goals, actively listening and transparency in this farm succession episode of the Purdue Commercial AgCast.

More farm succession and transition planning episodes can be found here.

More resources can also be found at the Purdue Institute of Family Business. A pdf of the 10 Tips can also be downloaded below.

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