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Young Adult Ranching for Profit Hands-On Training

By   /  May 31, 2020  /    /  No Comments

The longest running, most successful ranch management school in North America is now offering a 4-day, hands on intensive training for young adults (designed for ages 17-25) wanting to develop business management skills in agriculture. $500 per participant includes lodging and meals To register contact our office via phone 307-213-6010 or rmc@ranchmanagement.com

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Plan, Prepare, and Pass It On: Ag Business Strategies for Today and the Future

By   /  February 5, 2019  /    /  No Comments

This 2 day event will be focused on the importance of creating a plan for succession to keep family operations in the family. Featured speaker, Jolene Brown is from West Branch, Iowa, is a farmer, author and award winning communicator. She is a champion for agriculture and consultant for family-owned businesses. Use these 2 days […]

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New England Ranching for Profit School

By   /  February 3, 2019  /    /  No Comments

Expert instructors with practical experience will help you find real world solutions to the challenges facing you and your ranch. You will learn proven tools and techniques that will increase your profit, improve the health and productivity of your land and increase your personal effectiveness.

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Is There Drama in Farm/Ranch Land Transfer?

By   /  March 26, 2018  /  Money Matters, Transferring the Farm  /  Comments Off on Is There Drama in Farm/Ranch Land Transfer?

“It’s easier to talk to your children about sex than farmland transition.” – An Iowa farmer

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Family Home? Start the Succession Planning Conversation

By   /  December 7, 2015  /  Money Matters, Transferring the Farm  /  Comments Off on Family Home? Start the Succession Planning Conversation

It’s that time of year when family comes together. That means that if you haven’t started the talk about succession planning, now might be a good time to start. This is never an easy conversation to have, so the Farm Journal Legacy Project has put together some tools to help you along the way. You […]

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