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Don’t leave your heirs in the dark

Would your family be able to locate important financial documents in the event of your death or serious illness? FULL STORY »

Uncover opportunities for your business

Running a successful business is a constant challenge. FULL STORY »

Positive solutions to family disagreements

Juggling the demands of a dairy farm, family and personal needs can be quite a challenge. FULL STORY »

9 characteristics of a strong family working relationship

Over the years, I have observed nine characteristics or values in dairy farm families that develop strong positive working relationships. This also applies to dairy farm employees. FULL STORY »

Reflections of a new dairy owner

As a veterinary consultant, I always thought that pregnancy examinations, vaccinations, and record-keeping were top priorities. Now, after three years as a dairy farm owner, it's interesting to note how some of those priorities have changed. FULL STORY »

Compensate family members fairly

Money can always be a source of conflict in a family business. Too often, money problems are created by poor planning and poor communication. Family members need to receive a fair salary, in a timely manner, in return for their services. FULL STORY »

Family harmony vs. family conflicts

When family members work together in a multi-generation dairy farm, some families are surrounded by harmony while other families seem to struggle from trying to resolve one conflict after another. Why is this? There are a number of reasons, but here are a few points to consider. FULL STORY »

Good records do matter

While some people contend that past performance doesn’t really matter, I wouldn’t want to chart a course for my business without that knowledge. And you shouldn’t either. FULL STORY »

Understanding risk vs. return

One of the key concepts that i try to teach in the classroom and at extension meetings is the trade-off between risk and return that exists in capital markets. The trade-off is based on three assumptions. FULL STORY »

Share financial information in a family business

As family businesses, most of you probably know that regular family meetings and good communication are key to your success. FULL STORY »

Look beyond net farm income

As an undergraduate majoring in accounting, I took a few agricultural economics courses because I had been advised that the ag econ department taught “common sense” economics as opposed to the theoretical brand taught by the economics department. FULL STORY »

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