Planning Your Organic Farm for Profit Webinar

Organic Agriculture March 30, 2012 Print Friendly and PDF

Planning to grow only what you plan to sell eliminates wasted time and effort, and tracking income and expenses will show you your profit centers. In this workshop, Richard Wiswall will provide a step by step guide to achieve a healthy bottom line, assessing markets and developing a production plan, a roadmap of how to grow what you plan to sell. Richard will also share techniques for discovering your profit centers.

About Richard Wisall

Richard Wiswall started Cate Farm in East Montpelier, Vermont, where he has farmed since 1981. Known for his work on farm profitability and appropriate business tools, Wiswall consults with other farmers, and writes and speaks frequently on organic-farm business issues. He authored The Organic Farmer's Business Handbook in 2009. Watch a video about the book on blip.tv...

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