There are many types of advisors whose expertise and advice can be a valuable addition to your farm management team.
When it comes to transition planning, farm and non-farm businesses have many things in common. Transition expert, Nevin McDougall shares best practices for both.
Learn how tracking farm gifts like unpaid labour and lending equipment can help you preserve relationships and set clear expectations.
Working with a farm adviser is more than a one-on-one conversation. Multiple interests, backgrounds and expertise can combine to help move a farm forward.
From bankers to accountants, agronomists and veterinarians, farmers work with several advisers to ensure they keep their operation running.
Consumers want to know more about agriculture and hear it from the farmers producing their food.
Advisors are an important part of any farm team. Here are some tips to help you find the right ones for your operation.
Joining the operation as a junior partner takes grit, work ethic and a solid plan to show your value. Family business consultant Jolene Brown shares lessons every next gen in a transition needs to know.
Building the right farm business management team can take time, but the effort can pay off in long-term growth and profitability.
Are you operating a family-first business or a business-first family? Family business consultant Jolene Brown breaks down these concepts and why it’s important to know the difference.