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One of a Kind Succession Planning Workshop Comes to Saskatchewan

By: Rachel Kraynick, Regional Farm Business Management Specialist, Yorkton

There is no doubt that one of the hottest topics in farm business management in Saskatchewan is succession planning.  Let’s face it, according to statistics the average Saskatchewan farmer is 52 years old.

There are many multi-generational farms and families that need help implementing a proper succession plan. And, we can help.

The Ministry of Agriculture is proud to bring renowned farmer, author and professional speaker Jolene Brown to four Saskatchewan locations this November to deliver her presentation entitled “The Positives of Passing it On!” Jolene’s from West Branch, Iowa and her worldwide audiences appreciate her fun-filled spirit and valuable information. She’s on a mission to share leading-edge best practices, appreciation, laughter and celebration to increase productivity, profitability and peace of mind.

View Jolene in this short video explaining what you will learn from this session.

Sessions will be offered in the following locations:

North Battleford

Western Development Museum

November 14, 2016


St. Mary’s Cultural Centre

November 15, 2016

Swift Current

Palliser Pavilion

November 17, 2016


Venue TBD

November 18, 2016

For more information or to register, call the Agriculture Knowledge Centre at 1-866-457-2377. 

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