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Why Words Matter

Why Words Matter

Ray Erbele, Streeter, N.D., says "I" and "mine" are two words to avoid if you want your kids to take over the ranch someday

Do you use the words "I" and "mine" when talking about your farm or ranch?

According to Ray Erbele, Streeter, N.D., those might not be the right words to be using - even if your children are not even in school yet - if you hope to pass on the farm to them someday. He spoke at a recent soil and water conservation distraction "transitioning" meeting in Mandan, N.D.

Click on the video below to see and hear Erbele offer some common sense advice on passing on the farm and ranch.

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