ASA’s Succession Planning Workshop in Columbus, Ohio planned for the end of August is now rescheduled for January 2015 to allow farmers to focus on their fields during the busy end of summer.“ASA knows summer can be a busy time for farmers and we want to make sure that all soybean producers have an opportunity to attend this workshop,” said Bob Worth, ASA Membership and Corporate Relations Committee Chairman. “We believe January will be a better time for farmers to attend the sessions.”ASA is working with the Ohio and Michigan soybean associations to set a new date and will notify all current registered participants about new date. ASA will still conduct its workshop scheduled for Fort Wayne, Ind. on Thursday, Aug. 21 at the Landmark Centre and encourages anyone within the Fort Wayne region to register here.“ASA apologizes for the inconvenience, but at each of the Sioux Falls, Memphis and Paducah seminars, we have heard such impactful comments from the attendees of how important this topic is and how thankful they are that ASA is putting these programs on. It is these types of comments that make us realize how important this subject is and how this is a great way to demonstrate the value of membership in ASA and their state organization,” Worth said.For information about the ASA Succession Planning Workshops click here. The Succession Planning Workshops are a partnership with ASA and eLegacy Connect. The sessions are sponsored by Farm Credit, AGCO and the Illinois, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and South Dakota Soybean Associations.