Creating Generational Wealth: The Klump Family Ranch

Timm Klump’s ranching roots run deep through generations of his family – beginning with his great-great-grandfather, John Walter Klump. With ongoing work and strong relationships, they lay the groundwork for future generations’ success.

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Building Your Farm Plan

Buying or building any business requires much evaluation and planning, but when that business is a farm, there are more layers of complexity. You need more than a business plan – you need a farm plan.

Well Prepared Financials Reflect Good Management Skills

Good production numbers are great, but management skills are a must in today’s environment of tight margins and the endless pressures from third parties.

What’s Your Story?

Have you ever picked up a menu at a restaurant and read their history on the back?

How to Get Your Loan Decision Faster

Have you ever applied for a loan and only have it sit on your lender’s desk for days without an answer?

Who Are Your “Special Advisors”?

Whenever there is a new President, Governor or Mayor elected to office, you hear a lot about “special advisors.”

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Communication is Key with Your Lender

Most farmers and ranchers pride themselves on always paying their debts on time. Making late payments is not something most people take lightly.

Tips On How to Protect Yourself During a Construction Project

It’s finally time for that big – or little – construction project.

Your Farm’s Next Generation: How and When to Involve Your Children

Planting season is coming to a close on the farm and a new crop of graduates is being harvested at the local high school.

From Row Crops to Becoming a Dairy Farmer

Don Kinslow knows a few things about row crops, dairy cows, buying farmland – and blazing your own path.

Assessing Legislation’s Impact on Your Family Farm Business

New farm legislation is being introduced in Congress or state legislatures. How do you get beyond the political sound bites and screaming headlines to understand what that legislation will truly mean for your family’s farm business?


Carbon Credits for Farmers: FAQs

Are you a farmer who is interested in learning more about the benefits and steps to sell carbon credits? Let’s look at what these are and how it might help you earn additional income.

Ranching Experience Drives Real Estate Business

Acquiring and growing a ranching business is a challenge – and Tamra Kelly has the experience that helps ranchers address them successfully.

What Kinds of Software Do Farmers Need?

The more you can reduce the guesswork, the more profitable your farm may be. That’s where agricultural software comes in.

Beyond Succession: Farm Transition Planning

Building value and securing a legacy that lasts is a huge motivator for many farm owners. But there is more to continuity than choosing your successor – you also need a transition plan.

Investing in the Future, One Ranch Business at a Time

From running three car dealerships to running cattle, Jaymes “Jay” Holcomb is one of the best – and busiest – businessmen in ranching.
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Impact of Western Wildfires on Livestock

Western wildfires not only destroy pristine wilderness, but also represent a threat to large farms and ranches that operate in the area. Livestock, in particular, are vulnerable to injuries from wildfires, and the effects can be short-term or permanent.

From Seed to Yield: Growing a Family Farming Legacy

As the third generation in agriculture, Ryan Drozd of Drozd Family Grain is busy producing more than row crops. He and his family are adding new stories, connections and opportunities to the family’s business.

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