Transferring the Farm to the Next Generation, March 15

Find out more about transferring your farm to the next generation with this one-day workshop sponsored by the UMaine Cooperative Extension:

Transferring the Farm – Minimizing Farm Business Succession Risks
Location: Governor’s Restaurant, Waterville, ME
Thursday, March 15, 2012
8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Day-long workshop helps farmers make informed decisions about transferring the farm to the next generation. Covers estate planning goals and tools, legal approaches to asset transfers, and tapping into farm link programs and land trusts that can offer creative farm transfer solutions. Cost: $20. FMI, contact Gary Anderson, UMaine Cooperative Extension, 800-287-7170 (toll-free in Maine) or direct line, 207-581-3240.

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  1. Dan Manternach
    Posted September 8, 2012 at 6:25 pm | Permalink

    Is this workshop available via CD, DVD, or Powerpoint presentation? If so what are the costs?

    Dan Manternach
    1270 Poseidon Ct.
    St. Peters, MO 63376
    ph 314-456-7230

    • Debra
      Posted September 9, 2012 at 7:59 am | Permalink

      Hi Dan, Thanks for your inquiry. The person to contact would be Gary Anderson, the organizer of this workshop:

      Gary Anderson
      Associate Extension Professor
      UMaine Cooperative Extension
      Animal and Biotech Specialist
      Room 145 Hitchner Hall
      Phone: 207-581-3240 or
      1-800-287-7170 (In State)
      Fax: 207-581-4430

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