Farm Journal Field Days Harvest Edition: Succession Planning and More Live Oct. 20 at 8 a.m.

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Join us at 8 a.m. Oct. 20 for the start of Farm Journal Field Days Harvest Edition. Glen, Ann and Jason Newcomer of Newcomer Farms in Bryan, Ohio, are joined by moderator Amy Wirtz, an attorney and business advisor, to discuss how Newcomer Farms has managed succession planning on the farm and offer advice to help plan for smooth transitions.

Fresh on demand content includes the Pro Farmer Harvest Report, Farming the Countryside Podcast: How Can an Independent Seed Company Survive & Thrive? and 7 Strategies to Fortify Landlord Relationships. 

Log on every Tuesday at 8 a.m. Central for Farm Journal Field Days Harvest edition early riser sessions: 

> Dial in On Conservation Tillage

> Fall Field Rescue: Weeds & Storm Recovery

> 4 Strategies for Input & Seed Buying

> How to Build Your Own Planter

> Manage Grain Storage to Lock in Profit

Set your clocks now with a reminder to join us 8 a.m. Tues., Oct. 20, for “The Do’s and Don’ts of Successful Succession Planning” with Glen, Ann and Jason Newcomer of Newcomer Farms in Bryan, Ohio.

Can’t wait? You don’t have to! Check out the latest in the networking lounge, enjoy on demand content and catch the latest intel in the booths at Farm Journal Field Days.  #FJFieldDays #FarmOn


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