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Woodbury: Farm Family Business
Lance Woodbury DTN Farm Business Adviser
Mon Nov 17, 2014 10:36 AM CST

Editor's Note: Lance Woodbury writes for both DTN and our sister publication, The Progressive Farmer. He is a Garden City, Kan., author, consultant and professional mediator specializing in agriculture and closely-held businesses and a featured speaker at a pre-Ag Summit DTN University workshop on retirement Dec. 7 in Chicago. For details go to www.dtnagsummit.com or http://goo.gl/…. To pose questions for this column email lance@lancewoodbury.com

This past month, I had the opportunity to hear Peter Buffett, a son of investor Warren Buffett, speak at a conference for family business consultants. I've also heard his other son, Howard, at a DTN ...

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