Allan Vyhnalek

Allan Vyhnalek is an extension educator in the Department of Agricultural Economics who specializes in farm and ranch succession planning.

Allan Vyhnalek has spent over 32 years in extension, working in both Iowa and Nebraska. He is a native of Saline County, Nebraska, and received his Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in agricultural education. He taught in high school and post-secondary classrooms for 8 ½ years prior to joining extension.

His current role is as extension educator for farm and ranch succession and transition. He works from the Department of Agricultural Economics.

He has a passion for the future of rural Nebraska. That is why he is interested in helping individuals, groups, and communities understand how good communications, negotiation skills and generational differences relate to how communities and families function as we develop Nebraska for future generations.

Generational Needs and Expectations For Successful Farm and Ranch Succession

Farmland at sunset.

Assumptions (Mistakes) that Parents Make with Estate Plans

Pair of farmers carrying buckets on ranch.

Workshop Video: Farm/Ranch Transition and Succession

Grandfather and granddaughter on farm.

Podcast: Why Do We Not Have an Estate Plan?

Farm buildings shown at sunset.

Workshop Video: Managing Ag Land in 2020 and Beyond

Red barn in snow-covered field.