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Business of Agriculture: Common Hurdles to Success in Succession Planning

By Rick Hermonot and Jon Jaffe - Sunday, February 8, 2015

Rick Hermonot and Jon Jaffe are consultants with Farm Credit East, working out of the Dayville office. Rick has been with Farm Credit for 27 years, and Jon has been with the organization for 31 years. Read More »

From the Field: Father's Day 2014

By Olga Zvinyatskovskaya - Thursday, June 12, 2014

Across rural America, every day farmers and ranchers pass down a tradition of hard work and commitment to their children, sometimes building on generations of family commitment to producing safe and abundant food. Often, these children grow up to join the family operation, having learned a love of the land and the animals in their care along with the work ethic and specialized knowledge necessary to succeed in farming and ranching. Here are a few examples of multi-generational farmers and ranchers who have worked side-by-side as farm families, building a legacy that might be passed on to the next generation: Read More »


National Beef Month: It's A Family Thing

By Justana Tate, National Beef Ambassador - Thursday, May 29, 2014

Guest blogger Justana Tate is a senior at McLean High School in Texas. After graduation she plans to attend Tarleton State University to major in Agribusiness. She is a member of the 2014 National Beef Ambassador Program. Read More »

Happy Father’s Day

By Karen Macdonald - Saturday, June 15, 2013

Today, millions of fathers are being celebrated and appreciated for being bread winners, role models and sometimes friends. Nowhere is the appreciation for fathers more pronounced than in rural America, where in addition to their role in the family, fathers also pass down a tradition of farming, creating opportunities for fathers and sons to work side by side to raise food for tables across the globe. Read More »