Wednesday, 01 March 2017 15:15

Farm estate and succession sessions proving to be popular

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 Amy Zuk Owner, CEO and Safety Facilitator of Safety Buzz (left)  and Marci Marshall Business Development Coordinator/H&S Manager were presenting at one of the conference rooms Feb. 17. Amy Zuk Owner, CEO and Safety Facilitator of Safety Buzz (left) and Marci Marshall Business Development Coordinator/H&S Manager were presenting at one of the conference rooms Feb. 17. Ryan Dahlman

It is a bit of an unpleasant topic, but it is an important one.


Newell Further Education Council has helped with organizing the AgInform Farm and Ranch Estate and Succession Planning Seminars tour within southeast Alberta.
There have been good crowds in Bassano (Jan. 27), Duchess (Feb. 3) and Rolling Hills (Feb. 10) to join representations of insurance groups Thomson-Schindle-Green; law firms Smith as well as Hersey, and Burns, Valkenburg and Associates and Safety Buzz to discuss tips and strategies regarding real estate and succession planning.
Safety Buzz’s Amy Zuk says the synergy is very (positive) with the people they have visited and the results have been pleasing.
“Sessions have been well received and continue to gain more traction as we go, explains Zuk. Our potential clients are very thankful that we are coming to them and offering a one-stop service. This is both a benefit for the community and our respective companies to be able to host these town hall meetings. We may take a break during busy seasons but plan to continue with AgInform and be different community agriculture events and rodeos throughout the summer.”
Two more sessions are planned for March 10 in Bow Island and March 17 in Brooks.

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