Estate and Farm Transition Planning

Farm/Ranch Transition and Estate
Planning Workshop



Thanksgiving Point, Lehi, UtahCancelled
May 3-4 and 17-18, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
at 3003 North Thanksgiving Way


Workshop Flyer

 

Workshops are intended for owners, operators and successors of farming and ranching operations that are planning to transition their operation to successors. Attendees will develop a business succession plan across the four day workshop. Instructors are faculty of USU Extension, University of Nevada Extension, the Beginning Farmer Center at Iowa State University, as well as local attorneys and mediators.

Workshop topics include retirement planning, communication building, exploring motivations, resolving family conflicts, identifying priorities, goal setting, estate planning and multiple generation strategic business planning.

The workshop will provide farming families the opportunity to explore options and processes for transitioning their farm or ranch to the next generation or other successor. This workshop provides the setting, instructors, and resources to stimulate conversations farm families should have when considering a multiple generation farm business.

Registration cost is $290 per farm or ranch operation for up to four people and $50 for each additional person. Breakfast, lunch, breaks and all materials are included for the four-day workshop.

For more information contact Kynda Curtis, (435)797-0444 or kynda.curtis@usu.edu

Funding for the workshop is provided by the USDA-Risk Management Agency, Utah State University Extension and the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension.

Registration Form

 

Workshop Overview