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Succession Planning Success, Part I

In the agriculture business, families are the lifeblood. With all the hype and holler going on in the media about big companies taking over the industry, the family-owned and operated


Mapping Out Business Plans for the Year

In my last column, I talked about how you could show your love for agriculture with different ways you can volunteer in the community. Since we’re staring down the 12-month


An Environmental Steward in a Business World

Nominations are being currently accepted for the 2014 Environmental Stewardship Awards Program. Doing one’s part to combine business and saving the environment together is cause for celebration; that is just


Recipe Spotlight: Creating NEW Interest in Old Favorites

Okay, the holidays are over. Now we settle back into the same-ol’, same-ol’ routines. That includes cooking. [emember_protected custom_msg=”Click here and register now to read the rest of the article!”]


Flexibility Is Key When Developing Land-Use Plan

Last year we had a lot more calls from property owners who want new ways to use their land. Apparently, landowners are realizing a large-scale upswing in the building market

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2014 Youth Fair Winners

We’ve got the full list of 2014 Youth Fair Winners! Congrats from all of us at CFAN!


Considering IRA Rollovers: Making the Right Distribution Decision Now Can Make a Big Difference Down the Road, Part I

If you are receiving a distribution from a company-sponsored retirement plan, there are important decisions you need to make— sooner than you may think. How will you preserve the retirement