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June 6, 2019
Getting started 

New study: Two thirds of farmers question if their children should farm

Confusing forms, bad customer service and excessive government regulations are leaving 69 per cent of Canadian farmers questioning whether their children should take over the farm or start their own business, given the current burden of red tape.

Resource round-up

Don’t know where to start? Check out our list of national and provincial resources to help answer your questions about transition planning from, “Is my operation financially ready for transition?” to “How to start the conversation?”

Ag Succession Survey winner announced

Congratulations to Dale Murray of Albany, P.E.I., the winner of the Ag Succession Survey draw.
Sponsored Spotlight 

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Survey spotlight

Survey spotlight: Who owns the farm and who will own the farm?

One of the key elements of transition planning is the transfer of ownership. The Ag Succession Survey looked at who currently owns the farm and who will own the farm in the next decade. The results show that a majority of operations will continue to be family owned and operated and that incorporation was still the less population option by 16 per cent. » Read more...

Global Grape Summit

June 5 – 7
Location: London, U.K.
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