FARM BUSINESS NEWS
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Tue Mar 25, 2014 10:00 AM CDT


Keep Family Legends Alive

Joining me today to discuss another topic on family values is Lance Woodbury, DTN and The Progressive Farmer's family business columnist who is based in Garden City, Kan. Lance trained as a professional mediator and has more than 20 years experience counseling small business owners on family conflicts, succession and transition issues. Like me, I think you'll appreciate his western Kansas sensibilities and family values, so here goes.

Taylor, DTN: Lance, we recently talked about teaching farm children appreciation for their inheritances and family legacies. Family stories seem critical to this appreciation, as ...

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