Stratton hosting FCC workshop

Farm management skills are more important than ever in today’s fast-paced agriculture world.
The skills farmers learn at Farm Credit Canada’s “AgriSuccess” workshops can transform the way producers think about—and manage—their operations.
The FCC once again is pleased to offer nine workshops across the country, including one in Stratton on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Millennium Hall.
This workshop will focus on estate planning, and aims to help producers gain understanding about planning their estate and find out how to talk with their families about this difficult area.
“Producers have told us that farm business management skills are necessary to make it in today’s competitive market,” said Lyndon Carlson, FCC vice-president of marketing and product development.
“We are pleased to help producers across the country hone the skills they need to make their businesses successful,” he added.
The FCC is Canada’s largest provider of business and financial services to farms and agri-business. Operating out of 100 offices located primarily in rural Canada, its employees are passionate about the business of agriculture.
A healthy portfolio of more than $13 billion, and 14 consecutive years of portfolio growth, are a reflection of our customers’ success.