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Klinefelter: By the Numbers
Danny Klinefelter DTN Farm Business Advisor
Fri Dec 12, 2014 12:54 PM CST

In 25 years of my association with The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (TEPAP), I've observed that it provides what most ag universities do not. Many of the courses that will be critical to farm successors' performance in eventual management roles are either not being taken or are not being offered by many colleges. This article looks at what those areas are. I believe it isn't likely to happen unless the industry speaks up and starts to lobby administrators at colleges of agriculture.

1. Personnel management and development. Even if students take human resource management courses, they are taught mostly ...

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