Farm Business Management
Crop insurance protects producers against crop losses from natural causes.
This course is designed to help you decide whether starting a farm business is right for you.
Key to running a successful farm business is the ability to manage scarce financial resources and plan farm production accordingly.
The wait-and-see approach to farm succession planning can exact a high price, especially for family owned farms.
Agricultural marketing needs are diverse and complex and include decisions ranging from moving into direct-to-consumer sales, to social media strategies, to understanding commodity markets.
Penn State Extension's Urban Homesteading Series is designed for creative do-it-yourselfers with an interest in sustainable food and living adventures.
An on demand course that teaches agricultural accounting principles within QuickBooks software. Plus the option of a supplemental online instructor help series.
While a written business plan does not guarantee success, it provides a direction for the future of a business, and ninety percent of agricultural lenders require a written business plan.