Farm Succession Planning Workshop

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Farmer out standing in his soybean field.

The average farmer in the United States is 57.5 years old according to the last Census of Agriculture. North Carolina ranks 2nd in the nation for potential farmland loss by the year 2024, and we have seen development pressure in Haywood County. There are many ways to ensure that your family farm lasts for future generations or can be transferred to someone else with the same farming values.

Join us at the Haywood Ag Center (589 Raccoon Rd., Waynesville) on Thursday, February 16th at 5:30 for a workshop on Farm Succession Planning. Stephen Bishop, the Western Regional Director for NC FarmLink will be presenting. This is sure to be an informative workshop and has gotten great reviews from other counties that have hosted Stephen and his team!

To register online go to or call the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Haywood County Center at 828-456-3575