Planning for Farm and Ranch Succession
The transfer of ownership, management and leadership from one generation to another is an important issue for farms, ranches and rural communities across Kansas. The North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture awarded K-State Research & Extension and Kansas Agricultural Mediation Services a grant to provide succession services and resources to Kansas agriculturists.
This website provides agricultural producers general information on succession planning as well as in-depth resources on family, financial, legal and power transfer topics.
CHECK OUT OUR VIDEOS FROM THE SECOND 2017 SUCCESSION PLANNING WORKSHOP HERE:
Trained succession planning facilitators are available to meet with families. Facilitators guide families through the steps of succession planning and direct them to the resources and strategies they need to achieve their shared vision for continuing the operation.