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Wisconsin Farm Center

Farm Center staff help clients evaluate cost of production, business viability, repayment capacity, and cash flow. They also use considerable professional experience as well as tap into an expansive network of industry contacts to help producers work more effectively with their lenders. The team also works with farmers and their families to develop plans that effectively transition farm businesses to the next generation, or help farmers successfully exit the business by selling operations to new or existing farmers.


Wisconsin farmers.

Top Benefits

  • Financial analysis and consulting
  • Business plan reviews and viablitlity analysis
  • Transition and estate plan development
  • Toll-free Farm Center Helpline for real-time answers to farm program questions

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