Win a Set of Succession Planning Books
Don’t let another week pass without making your family’s succession plan a priority. Regardless of where you are in this process, books are a great tool to focus your thoughts, identify new ideas and put you in the mindset to move forward. Our succession planning experts provided a list of five must-read books, and Farm Journal is giving a set of the books to two lucky readers. Enter now by visiting www.facebook.com/FJLegacy and share the post: Legacy Project Book Giveaway. Don’t have a Facebook account? Provide your contact information at http://www.FarmJournalLegacy Project.com/book-giveaway to enter.
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GMOs and Girl Scout Cookies
Jon Entine, director of the Genetic Literacy Project, discusses the latest battleground over GMO labeling: Girl Scout cookies. He details how the group is standing up against pressure from the anti-GMO movement.
(Jan. 27 broadcast)
Start Your Day With “AgDay”
Don’t miss a minute of your favorite ag TV program. Tune into “AgDay,” hosted by Clinton Griffiths, for agribusiness news, machinery reports, agronomic tips, weather forecasts and more. For station listings or to watch online, visit www.AgDay.com.
See Great American Barns
America’s barns stand as a lasting legacy of agriculture’s rich heritage and innovation. Join “AgDay” as they spotlight some impressive architecture and history.
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