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ASAC Conference Designed For All In Ag Consulting

ASAC Conference Designed for All in Ag Consulting

A conference designed for all involved in agricultural consulting is being organized by the American Society of Agricultural Consultants. “This conference is designed for anyone and everyone involved with ag consulting,” says Russell Morgan, CAC, chairman of the 2013 ASAC annual conference, which is scheduled for October 20–22 in Alexandria, VA. Complete program agenda, speaker roster and registration information is available here. Topics for the conference include: The changing role of ag consulting; communicating with clients; walking the tightrope between…

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FarmSmart Newsletter – January

The January FarmSmart newsletter has articles on the importance of maintaining offsite data backups and using management accounting practices to evaluate hedging strategies. There's also information on two big trade shows coming up, and a reminder about a couple of upcoming webinars. You can see the full issue here.

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Conference: Defining the Role of Ag Consultants

Join the American Society of Agricultural Consultants as it looks at Defining the Role of professional consultancy now and into the future. No matter what your professional discipline -- animals, agronomy, plants, environment and climatic sciences, international development, finance, software, estate planning, e-commerce, organic production, education, irrigation and drainage, marketing, communications....yes, the list just goes on and need to be there. October 20 - 22, 2013 Alexandria, VA The Standard of Integrity since 1963 Download the flyer.

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White Paper: Federal Estate Tax & Farming

Without action by Congress, the 2013 federal estate tax will revert to a level that will threaten the future of multi-generational farming in the Northeast, according to an analysis released by Farm Credit East. (Download the full white paper.) “Federal estate tax can be a large factor in whether a farm is passed on to the next generation” said James Putnam, executive vice president, Farm Credit East. “If estate taxes are too high, the next generation will have no choice…

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