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Session to be held about passing on the family farm

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Friday, March 9, 2012, at 8:11 a.m.

March 19 is the deadline to register for the March 31 K-State Research and Extension “Planning for the Future — Passing on the Family Farm or Agri-Business” Conference in Concordia.

Keynote speakers include Ron Hanson of the University of Nebraska, addressing family farm estate planning, and Roger McEowen of Iowa State University, discussing issues affecting farm succession planning.

Participants can attend breakout sessions that include family farm estate planning; wills, trusts and other legal considerations; planning for the next generation; family communications; summer internships, and charitable giving.

The event will be held at Cloud County Community College. The $50 fee for the first person, includes refreshments, lunch and a proceedings notebook. Additional family members and/or students may attend at a cost of $35 without a notebook.

For more information call 785-632-5335.

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