In celebration of The Impact Farming Show's First Anniversary, we are counting down and rebroadcasting the TOP 4 episodes from season one. This week we are excited to bring you the 2nd highest listened to and watched episode, which was "Family Farms & Succession Planning" with Jolene Brown.
This episode was originally aired on August 8, 2019. In addition to it being the 2nd most popular episode of season one, Jolene's interview on The Impact Farming Show holds the very special position of being the very first show episode aired. Don't miss this very impactful episode...
In this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Jolene Brown to discuss family farms and succession planning. "If I huff and puff will I blow your house down?" Find out what 3 questions Jolene has for you.
We need to change our mindset to one of joy, celebration, and appreciation and we need to honour the family by doing the business right.
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Family Business Consultant
Jolene Brown is a real farmer Brown. She is a corn and soybean farmer in east-central Iowa. I love this part….She can hypnotize a chicken, plug grain augers and entertain the folks behind the equipment parts counter. In addition to being a farmer, Jolene has been a professional speaker for over 30 years, she’s an author and she’s a Family Business Consultant.
About The Impact Farming Show
Welcome to Impact Farming, Farm Marketer's video and audio show dedicated to helping Canadian farmers excel in the business of farming. Our goal with this show is to introduce our audience to the people and ideas that are going to make an IMPACT on their farming operation.
Show Host - Tracy Brunet
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Tracy and her husband are cattle ranchers in South East, Manitoba. As host of the show, primary producer and
In each episode, Tracy chats with today's most successful farm advisors and industry leaders to bring our audience the best and most important ideas.