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Beginning and Small Farm Profitability Strategies

Beginning and Small Farm Profitability Strategies

Two locations: USU Campus Logan, UT (February 10th) and Salt Lake City County Office, SLC, UT (February 24th)

The workshop is designed to assist both beginning and experienced farmers and ranchers refine and enhance their business and financial management and marketing skills to be successful in small-scale operations.

Overview

  • Business Planning 101
  • Loan and Grant Programs for Small-Scale Farming/Ranching
  • Farm Service Agency Programing for Small-Scale Operations
  • Record-Keeping and Financial Statements
  • Estimating Market Size and Pricing, Pricing Resources
  • Financial Scenarios and Small-Scale Farming/Ranching Examples

Who Should Attend?

  • New or beginning farmers and ranchers
  • Next generation farmers and ranchers returning to the family farm and seeking new/alternative enterprises
  • Small-scale farmers and ranchers looking to diversify their operation
  • Master gardeners looking to expand production and/or move into direct sales

Click here to register for the LOGAN workshop or the SLC workshop

For more information or for a reduced student registration fee contact: Kynda Curtis, Extension Specialist, Utah State University, kynda.curtis@usu.edu, 435-797-0444.

This workshop is sponsored by USDA-FSA and USU Extension.

Utah State University Extension Risk Management Agency
Diversified Agriculture Consortium