Mediation can resolve farm conflicts

Mediation can resolve farm conflicts

LANSING, Mich. — Farming is stressful enough, but add financial conflicts to the mix and the job is even harder. Mediation is a conflict resolution process that can help solve problems on the farm. “It’s a communication process in which people with a disagreement work with a neutral third party to develop solutions,” said David Gruber, executive director of Roundtable Strategies, during a webinar hosted by AgriSafe.

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