MCA Convention To Assist Farm Families In Estate Planning

5 keys to farm succession planning session offered at upcoming MCA convention.

Published on: Dec 4, 2013

The Missouri Cattlemen's Association (MCA) will host its 46th Missouri Cattlemen's Convention and Trade Show Jan. 2-4, 2014. The convention will feature Cattlemen's College, sponsored by Zoetis, and will include a session aimed at succession planning.

Kevin Spafford is the founder of Legacy by Design, LLC. His firm is dedicated to succession planning for farm families and agribusiness owners. Spafford says he will share five keys to planning the success of handing the farm over to the next generation.

Successsion is the watershed issue

"Succession is the watershed issue facing America's family farmers. Planning for a smooth ownership transition and preparing the next generation to lead is tough," says Spafford. "Providing financial security and eliminating the estate tax can be complex and confusing. If multigenerational success is your goal, this presentation is for you."

FAMILY PLANNING: Cattle producers can learn the tools to transitioning the beef business to the next generation during the Missouri Cattlemens Convention next month.
FAMILY PLANNING: Cattle producers can learn the tools to transitioning the beef business to the next generation during the Missouri Cattlemen's Convention next month.

Spafford will be speaking Jan. 3, 2013 at 8:15 a.m. and again at 9:15 a.m. during the "Keeping My Family in Business" Cattlemen's College sessions.

To register, click here or contact MCA Director of Membership Katie Steen for more information, at katiesteen@mocattle.com or call 573-499-9162.

Source: MCA