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Inheriting Farmland Workshop

 Purdue Extension offers virtual inheriting farmland workshop

The Purdue Extension Land Lease Team invites those who have inherited or who might inherit farmland soon to attend the two-session virtual workshop, “Navigating Farmland Inheritance.”.

 The workshop will be offered on Tuesdays, Feb. 27 and March 5 from Noon to 2 p.m. EST.  Adapted from a University of Nebraska Extension program, the series will discuss best strategies for managing farmland.

 After you inherit farmland, there are many decisions that need to be made. If you are not already farming, what do you plan to do with this land?

 This program will explain and discuss several topic areas:

  • Determining land value and rental rates,
  • Family and landowner/tenant communications
  • Types of farm leases
  • What to include in a lease (legal aspects)
  • Resources for new landowners and / or tenants

 The registration fee is $25 per person, household or farm. Register at https://cvent.me/EPBQ0D

by Feb. 26. For reasonable accommodation or more information, contact Bill Horan at horan@purdue.edu or 260-824-6412

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