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Are there any concerns or obstacles you are experiencing trying to takeover or pass down the farm?

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It is a hard topic to get everyone to discuss.
I totally agree with you. Even posting this and giving food for thought for the long hours in the tratctor ahead will hopefully stir communication amongest the families that will benefit them in some way. There are alot of great ideas thought up in spring and fall when you are in the tractor 18 hours a day. If there are any private concerns they may be private messaged and i will reply asap with some options. Wait until it rains again though there is too much to do right now. Be safe and have a great season.

Roadrunner said:
It is a hard topic to get everyone to discuss.
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