Farm transition programming has been a valuable addition to Extension programming efforts. An often overlooked subset of farm transition programming is a discussion regarding long-term health care planning. Research supports the need for long-term health care planning. The probability of having some sort of long-term health care issue in one's lifetime is high. This includes a large percentage of people under the age of 65. Health care costs, including long-term care, are increasing at alarming rates. These costs can potentially cripple a farm business financially as well as impede the transition of the business to the next generation.
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Hachfeld, G. A. (2015). Long-Term Health Care Planning: A Subset of Farm Transition Programming. The Journal of Extension, 53(2), Article 9. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss2/9