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96% of Ontario Farmers are neglecting this Spring Chore.
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It’s that time of year again – the time when goals are set and plans are put in motion. Spring means doing what needs to be done now to give yourself the greatest chance of success later. Waiting to…Continue

Tags: planning, succession, ontario, business, Farm

Started this discussion. Last reply by Roadrunner Aug 6, 2012.

 

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We are a local law firm that specializes in business and succession planning for Farmers and Farm Businesses. We are also approved Farm Business Advisors on the OMAFRA Farm Financial Assessment Farm Business Advisor List, allowing us to assist you with both your planning and your application for government funding under the Growing Forward Program.

Our legal services are provided to farmers in the comfort of their home or place of business. We do not require you to visit our offices.

More information on our services and funding options is available on our website. ALLEN Trusts & Estates

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At 5:55pm on March 19, 2012, Joe Dales said…

Hi Chris,

Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture Community website at www.ontag.farms.com.

We hope you enjoy interacting with our members.

Joe Dales

 
 
 

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