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New course helps farm women plan successful farm transition


Farm women are learning how to plan a successful farm transition through a course offered this month by ISU Extension and Outreach and Farm Credit Services of America. Part of Annie’s Project, the course is being piloted in Ames, Carroll and Shenandoah.

Managing for Today and Tomorrow will empower women to take ownership of the future of their farms and ranches, particularly as it deals with the human resource and legal aspects of transitioning,” said Madeline Schultz, ISU Extension value added agriculture program coordinator.

This article appeared in March 2012 -- From Cathann Kress Newsletter