“Ag Entrepreneur”- Start 2021 Out With Your Farm Heading in the Right Direction

— Written By Daniel Ostrowski
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Multiple varieties of lettuce grown in a hoop house

Have you recently acquired land and aren’t sure what to do with it? Or maybe you have a farm and are building a business but don’t know what the next step to take is. We are here to help answer those questions and reach your agricultural goals. Our office will be hosting a live online program called “Ag Entrepreneur” where we are going to dive into setting goals, business planning, long-term strategic planning, and more! We are determined to assist any and all new or seasoned farmers and landowners in reaching your property’s fullest potential. It doesn’t matter what step of the process you are on in your journey of agriculture, we are here to help you cultivate your goals.

January 19, 2021, 6:30 p.m. Session 1: Goals and Ideal Development, Identifying the Strengths of Your Farm, and Resources Available
Envisioning your farm business you hope to start and grow is the most obvious place to begin. We will help you learn how to map your goals, implement strategies for success, understand the resources you already have, and common pitfalls to avoid when starting your farm. This first night is all about helping you determine your goals for your farm business.

January 21, 2021, 6:30 p.m. Session 2: How Are You Going to Reach Your Goals, Business Planning, and Resources
You have your vision, now let us help you make it come to fruition.

Free one-on-one farm visits available after the class

We look forward to assisting you in your agricultural endeavors!

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