Annie’s II – Managing for Today & Tomorrow” workshop to be held in Cortland, Ohio in April, 2013


OSU Extension is pleased to be offering the “Annie’s II - Managing for Today & Tomorrow” workshop in on Tuesday, April 9, 16, 23, & 30 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Trumbull County Extension office located at 520 West Main Street in Cortland, Ohio.

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It’s hard to talk about passing on the farm. This program is be conducted for farm and ranch women who want to plan now for a successful transition later.  Through this four-session program, farm women will learn about the four components that create a successful transition—Succession, Business, Estate, and Retirement Planning.

A transition plan helps ensure a farm or ranch continues as productive agricultural business.  Farm and ranch women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets and opportunities to a new wave of beginning farmers across the country.  This workshop focuses on the management processes and decisions needed to make successful transitions.  This workshop includes hands-on activities, interaction with local professionals, and up-to-date resources.  Participants of all ages and experience level will practice tasks to increase confidence in setting goals, nurturing effective family conversations, and defining the farm legacy.  The four-session program includes a 260 page workbook. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to make an effective plan for the future.  The registration fee for this workshop is $99 per person.  This fee includes course notebook, handouts and a light meal at each meeting.  Mail registration and check payable to OSU Extension to:  OSU Extension, 520 West Main Street, Cortland, Ohio  44041.  Registration is limited; so make sure to register today! Call 330-638-6783 for more details.



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