Jolene Brown: Detailing Your Farm Operation

Family business expert Jolene Brown joins us again sharing a real world example on why you should note the details of your farm operation for yourself and those who would be left behind should a tragedy happen. While no one likes to talk about these things, it's so important to your family and your business to be proactive in planning!

Jolene Brown is a farmer, professional speaker, author and champion for the family owned business. She's from West Branch, Iowa, USA, and travels worldwide sharing leading-edge best practices that have the power to increase productivity, profitability and peace of mind. Her passion combined with her fun-filled spirit and valuable information brings humor, hope and helpful ideas to the people of agriculture. For more information and to check out her speaking availability, contact her at Jolene@JoleneBrown.com, www.JoleneBrown.com

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