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A new year – and new solutions for farmers and livestock producers

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The agricultural industry has been severely impacted by extreme weather events, COVID-19 supply chain disruptions, and worldwide economic concerns in the past few years. Despite these challenges, the industry has persevered – and in some cases thrived.

However, the future brings more challenges with higher interest rates, higher input costs, and families struggling to ensure the farm survives. That’s why it’s more important than ever that farm families address profitability and cash flow with a plan that minimizes risks and maximizes profits.

Join us for an insightful seminar with six of our highly experienced advisors who will share practical and timely insights to help you and your operation remain competitive and profitable. We will discuss cost-of-production strategies, tools to manage risks, tips to minimize your tax exposure, and how to successfully transition the farm to the next generation.

Register now

If you have questions or are having trouble registering, please contact Bevan Bolen, Senior Regional Marketing Coordinator at [email protected].

Monday, January 23, 2023
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM (MST)

1:30 – 2:00 p.m. Registration

2:00 – 4:30 p.m. Presentations and Q&A

  • Understanding the Cost of Production Outside of High Prices
  • Ag Risk Management – Tools to Effectively Manage Risk
  • Strategies to Minimize Your Tax Exposure while Maximizing Results
  • Survival of the Farm – Planning for Success Means Planning for Succession

4:30 – 5:00 p.m. Networking

Ballroom, Sandman Signature Edmonton Downtown Hotel
10235 101 Street Edmonton, AB T5J 3E9


Lisa Miller

Lisa Miller, CPA, CA


Kelleen Tait

Kelleen Tait, CPA, CA

Alberta Leader, Food and Beverage Processing National Leader, Livestock, Poultry

Rick Burton

Rick Burton

Senior Manager, Consulting

Rob Strilchuk

Rob Strilchuk, CPA, CMA, TEP

Business Advisor

Clayton Sommer

Clayton Sommer, CPA, CA


Trevor Maclean

Trevor MacLean, MBA