Ag Insight Center

OSU Extension and Auglaize and Shelby County Farm Bureaus are inviting you to participate in a day-long workshop focused on planning for the succession of your farm.  The meeting will take place Dec. 15, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Palazzo, at 309 S. Main Street in Botkins. 

The workshop is designed to help farm families learn to successfully create a succession and estate plan that will help transfer farm ownership, management, and assets to the next generation. The content of the workshop includes the following:

  • Developing goals for estate and succession
  • Planning for transition control and the unexpected
  • Communication and conflict management during farm transfer
  • Selecting an attorney
  • Legal tools and strategies
  • Developing your team 
  • Getting your affairs in order 

Registration fees are being covered and lunch will be provided by our generous sponsors! Special thanks to Raterman Insurance for their support of the event.

Register today at the Auglaize County Extension office at 419-910-6050 or mail your registration to 208 S. Blackhoof Street, Wapakoneta OH 45895. Here is the link for the registration form.


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