Farm Succession Planning

Farm Transition Planning

We are proud to call the Canadian prairies our home. The family farm is a huge part of the fabric of the prairies. Keeping the farm in the family and thriving is something we are passionate about.

Transitioning the family farm successfully extends far beyond putting the financial elements in place. A successful transition requires thoughtful consideration about fairness versus equity for the various parties and a family intact and functioning when the dust settles.

We have a proven track record of understanding and successfully navigating the nuances of transitioning the family farm between generations.

Connect with us to learn more and start sleeping with ease.

Farm Transition Planning Information Session

A one-hour information session offering an introduction and roadmap to farm transition planning.  

The information session offers a high-level view of the farm transition process and will provide you with a list of components required for a comprehensive transition plan. 

Cost: FREE

Dates: 

Thursday, November 28, 2019 – Saskatoon

Thursday, December 12, 2019 – Saskatoon

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Farm Transition Planning Workshop

A two-day workshop that takes a deep-dive approach, including hands-on exercises, to help you and your family with a successful farm transition when you are ready. 

The workshop is perfect for agribusinesses and farm families and their next generation of owners. The workshop features various hands-on exercises, critical steps and resources needed for a successful transition. You will learn from and ask questions of experts in the areas of financial planning, family dynamics, human resources plus tax and estate planning. Learn more about our full day workshop.

This workshop is approved by the Saskatchewan Agricultural Skills and Knowledge (ASK) Program.

Cost: $2,500 per person

Dates:

Tuesday and Wednesday, November 26 and 27, 2019 – Saskatoon

Tuesday and Wednesday, December 10 and 11, 2019 – Saskatoon

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