Farm succession workshop set for Norfolk

November 9, 2018

NORFOLK - When farmers retire or die, there are often family squabbles as to what to do with the land.

The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension will be offering a workshop in Norfolk to help make that transition easier.

Farm Succession Educator Allan Vyhnalek says it is important to cover all bases and have a good plan in place.

“What we’re talking about is those 40, 55, and 60 year olds that are still out there on the farm or ranch, but still have mom and dad around still owning most of the stuff, and yet they have a 20 to 35-year-old grandson and family also on the farm.”

It’s set for all day Tuesday 9:30 to 4:30 at the Madison County Extension Office…1305 South 13th Street.

To register contact the extension office. A meal will be provided.

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