Land Price Affordability & Unique Rental Agreements: A CropConnect Preview

Stuck in some pricey land rent agreements? Worried that falling crop prices can support recent land payments? You’re not alone.

Merle Good, farm business consultant and farm succession expert, is set to present at the very first CropConnect conference set for February 18 and 19, 2014 at Winnipeg, Man. In the audio interview below, Good outlines what he’ll be discussing at the conference, including some unique ways to approach not just land use and rental agreements, but will also provide insight into innovative succession planning vehicles.

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If you haven’t yet registered for the inaugural CropConnect conference in Manitoba, there’s still time. Slated for February 18 and 19, 2014 at the Victoria Inn in Winnipeg, Man., CropConnect is a new conference put on by five producer groups and featuring engaging concurrent sessions and top-notch keynote speakers. Click here for more information and for registration information.

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