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Keeping it in the family : international perspectives on succession and retirement on family farms / edited by Matt Lobley, John R. Baker and Ian Whitehead.

By: Lobley, Matt.
Contributor(s): Baker, John R | Whitehead, Ian.
Series: Publisher: Farnham, Surrey ; Ashgate Pub., 2012Description: xiv, 253 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781409409953 (hbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Farming | Retirement | Succession planning | Family companies
Contents:
Succession and retirement in family farm businesses -- Australian farmers' attitudes towards succession and inheritance -- New patterns of succession in the Australian wool industry -- Intergenerational farm business succession in Japan -- Farm succession in Switzerland: from generation to generation -- 'Keeping the name on the land' : patrilineal succession in Northern Irish family farming -- Non-successional entry into UK farming: an examination of two Government-supported schemes -- So what? -- Facilitating succession and retirement in US agriculture: the case of Nebraska -- Retired farmer - An elusive concept -- Business continuance and succession planning: a New Zealand perspective -- Succession planning in family businesses: consulting and academic perspectives -- From generation to generation: drawing the threads together
Summary: Explains that the combination of an ageing farm population, and significant barriers to the entry of new and young farmers, are common issues for the agricultural sectors of many developed countries. Examines the challenges and ownership culture of farms in New Zealand, Australia, North America, Japan, Northern Ireland, the UK, and Switzerland. Reviews the New Zealand succession culture and outlines succession options such as share milking, equity partnerships, and leasing.
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Succession and retirement in family farm businesses -- Australian farmers' attitudes towards succession and inheritance -- New patterns of succession in the Australian wool industry -- Intergenerational farm business succession in Japan -- Farm succession in Switzerland: from generation to generation -- 'Keeping the name on the land' : patrilineal succession in Northern Irish family farming -- Non-successional entry into UK farming: an examination of two Government-supported schemes -- So what? -- Facilitating succession and retirement in US agriculture: the case of Nebraska -- Retired farmer - An elusive concept -- Business continuance and succession planning: a New Zealand perspective -- Succession planning in family businesses: consulting and academic perspectives -- From generation to generation: drawing the threads together

Explains that the combination of an ageing farm population, and significant barriers to the entry of new and young farmers, are common issues for the agricultural sectors of many developed countries. Examines the challenges and ownership culture of farms in New Zealand, Australia, North America, Japan, Northern Ireland, the UK, and Switzerland. Reviews the New Zealand succession culture and outlines succession options such as share milking, equity partnerships, and leasing.

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