Wittman Consulting, Culdesac, Idaho
35 years experience
Idaho farmer Dick Wittman manages a family partnership that includes crops, cattle and timber and provides consulting services for succession planning and financial management. He also conducts train-the-trainer workshops in an effort to expand the resource base of farm consultants.
Wittman teaches at The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers and King Ranch Institute. He is the author of “Building Effective Farm Management Systems,” a guidebook to help farmers develop a transition and management process.
Written by Dick:
Farm Journal Magazine 9/30/2014
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