This can be an unpleasant situation; however, Paul Neiffer, aka The Farm CPA, says there is help and an option to fix it.
On Thursday, USDA announced changes to their crop insurance program to provide more flexibility for double cropping and purchasing more land.
An Illinois dairy farmer is handing the reigns over to his sons after 43 years of service to the industry.
A study released recently by American Farmland Trust and Land for Good shows that nearly one-third of Massachusetts farms are owned or managed by farmers 65 or older, and most of them don't have someone they're training to take over.
Successor development is a continuous learning and improvement process.
There are many different paths to success for young producers in the cattle business.
The fifth generation of Careys is still ranching in the Boulder Valley, Mont., after buying their first land here in 1896.
Young farmers like the Villwoks are now experiencing firsthand the roller-coaster lows that older producers had warned them about for years.
How to maximize your succession planning efforts
The two-day 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer program happens June 16-17 in Nashville.