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Future Purdue Women in Agriculture Webinars
Scheduled
 
Each year the Purdue Women in Agriculture Team periodically offers free educational webinars as an extension of the Women in Agriculture Conference. Below you will find a list of upcoming webinars.

What Is It Worth If You Stay on the Farm?
Join John Baker, Iowa State University Beginning Farmer Center, as he discusses the perennial problem in farm business succession planning; determining the value of the contribution of the in-business heir to the wealth of the owners of the business.  All too often the value of the contribution is either ignored or undervalued.  Thus the in-business heir must purchase the value of the wealth created and left in the estate. 
This often leads to failure of the business and alienation of the family.
September 28, 2017 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST
Register here for the webinar

When Death Happens - Helping Farm Families Get their Affairs in Order

When a family member passes away, it is usually a very difficult time emotionally for family members.  This difficult time can beocme even more frustrating when heirs begin to settle their loved one's estate if the farm and personal records are in disarray or non-existent.  Join David Marrison, Ohio State University Extension, as he discusses a way to
help families prevent the frustration from developing.
November 30, 2017 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST
Register here for the webinar



Links to Recorded Webinars can be found on the webinar page

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Congratulations to the 2016 Purdue Women in
Agriculture Award Winners
 


 

Annually, the Purdue Women in Agriculture (WIA) Team recognizes Indiana women who are leaders  and innovators and have contributed to the success of Indiana Agriculture.  Sheryl Seib (left) of Posey County received the Achievement Award and Lisa Chaudion of Monroe County received the Achievement Award at the Women in Agriculture Awards presentation during the lieutenant governor's Celebration of Agriculture program at the Indiana State Fair. 

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Make the Best Out of a Code Red Situation!  
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Do you want to order you own Code Red flash drive or download the free Excel file?

If so, visit the the Code Red page on this website.  Code Red Flash Drives are available for download and purchase.  Ordering information can be found on the Code Red page or by contacting any Purdue Women in Agriculture Team member.

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Proceedings from the
2017 Midwest Women in Agriculture Conference
are posted on the "Related Links" page.



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​​WIA Email Group

Purdue Extension maintains an email group for women in agriculture. If you are not already subscribed, please send an email to purduewia@purdue.edu to subscribe. If you have a question or problem, just send an email to the list for help. This is a moderated list and you will not receive junk email.

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