Farm Succession Planning

7 December 2017

Chesford Grange, Kenilworth

Farmers Weekly Farm Succession Planning offers the whole farming family the chance to learn how to approach this difficult subject and how to approach this all-important process.

Expert advisors will explain the family, legal and tax implications and help those attending understand the steps that need to be taken and what to avoid. Register now for a great opportunity on how to best broach this difficult subject on 7 December 2017, Chesford Grange, Kenilworth.

The one-day conference will provide a full agenda with keynote speakers, role-play workshops, panel discussions and breakout sessions where you can speak freely among peers.

There will also be networking opportunities and case study discussions on how to best move forward depending on your personal family concerns.

Regular tickets

£40
  • Farmers without a Farmers Weekly subscription
  • Purchase this ticket until the day of the event
  • Access to the event
  • Invitation to the pre- and post-event networking
  • Access to event presentations
Register now

Corporate tickets

£250
  • Business suppliers
  • Intended for those representing enterprises and agencies
  • Standard access to the event
  • An invite to the pre- and post-event networking
  • Access to event presentations
Register now

What is available at the event?

Farmers Weekly will be providing guidance for delegates on how to best approach the farm succession planning process by touching on some of the key factors that arise from this demanding challenge.

Programme highlights include:

  • Expert advice on how multi-generation farms can keep success in the family
  • Useful tips for next generations to take over the farm business
  • Learn best practice for legal and financial issues
  • Opportunity to meet farm entrepreneurs
  • Hear from expert strategists on how to facilitate family farm transfers
  • Discuss and network with different age groups dealing with different stages of family succession

Attend the conference to:

  • Network with other farming families in similar situations
  • Discover the best methods of navigating legal and financial obstacles
  • Participate in workshops run by motivational speakers and farming entrepreneurs
  • Connect with professionals who can work with you and your family one-on-one
  • Engage in role-play activities that represent regular occurrences in farm succession