Thank you for your help to keep our farm for future generations. We could not have succeeded without all the help we received from Land For Good.
– June Girouard, Murdock Farm and Dairy Bar, Winchendon MA
What what will happen to your family farm?
Whether you are about to retire from farming or looking ahead to your farm’s future, it’s never too early – or too late – to start planning for your farm’s transfer to the next generation or operator.
We can help. We have the knowledge, networks and experience to help you make a plan that fits your situation and can achieve your goals. We have helped hundreds of farmers and farm families find innovative solutions that keep their farms in farming, provide a meaningful legacy and address the financial, legal and business challenges involved in a transition.
We offer farm families the peace of mind they deserve. We can help you start – and finish – your succession plan to your next farming generation. If you don’t have an identified successor, we’ll work with you on a transfer plan that brings new talent to your farm and addresses the interests of family members. If you’re the next generation to operate your family farm, you need a transition plan that provides security and fairness for all. Our “coaching” helps sort out the concerns and options, coordinate your team of advisors, and keep you on track.
Don’t lose ground. Plan your farm legacy now.
What you can do
- Complete our worksheet, Where Do I Start? Transferring the Farm.
- Read our guides for farm transfer and succession.
- Find resources and advisors at the Farm Transfer Network of New England.
- Hold a family meeting or contact a trusted advisor.
Contact us with your questions.
We can help you …
- Obtain information and resources to get started.
- Find appropriate advisors and coordinate your team.
- Navigate your farm transfer planning process.