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Farm Succession

Farm Succession

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Blinc Workshop

Lincoln University Campus

Lincoln University, Canterbury 7674

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Join us to hear from Marv Pangborn, as he shares an understanding of issues and necessary tools required for a successful farm succession

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Farm succession is a major challenge for many New Zealand families. When succession is handled well, it often leads to the development of successful multi-generational farming businesses that support the existing owners, the incoming children and provide help to non-farming children. A well-handled process also preserves the health of family relationships.

When succession is handled poorly, previously productive family businesses can be totally disrupted, divided up and sold. Poorly handled succession also frequently leads to irreparable damage to family relationships.

Farming remains the backbone of the New Zealand export economy. The family farm is the basic building block of rural life. Even New Zealand’s largest corporate farming organisations source many of their people from family farm backgrounds.

Join us to hear from Marv Pangborn, Canterbury Dairy Farmer, retired Lecturer in Farm Management from Lincoln University, his consultancy specialises in Farm Succession, as he shares an understanding of the issues and necessary tools required for a successful farm succession.

The B.linc VIBE event series is an opportunity to hear from one of the wider Lincoln precinct companies about their business and to touch base, reconnect and build connections across the precinct.

Tuesday 14th June

4.00pm - 5.30pm

Blinc Workshop

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4.00pm - Networking and Drinks

4.15pm - Presentation from Keynote

4:45pm - Q&A Session

5.00pm - Networking

5.30pm - Event finishes

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