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EVENTS

Dec. 16 - Build Your Network, Grow Our Future (for farmers with less than 10 years of experience) 8:00am @ Auerfarm in Bloomfield, CT Contact: Betsy Robson

 

Jan 9. - CT Vegetable & Small Fruit Growers' Conference 8:00am @ Maneeley's Conference Center in S. Windsor Contact: MacKenzie White, 860-875-3331

Farm Transfer/Estate Planning

Farm transfer and estate planning generally go hand in hand. Understanding the family dynamics as well as knowing your options is critical for any plan to work. The sites listed below explore farm transfer options, issues to consider and important estate planning concepts.

These sites provide general information on farm transfer/estate planning. Each site opens the door to an array of related topics.

These sites provide more specific information on farm transfer/estate planning. Please refer to the brief web site description for more details.

  

The Farm Risk Management and Crop Insurance website has been developed as part of a Targeted States Crop Insurance Education/Information Partnership conducted by the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System in collaboration with the Connecticut Department of Agriculture and the Risk Management Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

 

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