Farm Business Management

The farm business management track focused on Farm Business Management topics for beginners. Sessions were be held on March 1 at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., and March 8 at 10 a.m.

Session recordings are available below.




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Session Recordings

  • Building the Right Succession Plan for Your Farm

    Published on March 16, 2023

    Farming is a complex business, and succession planning can be a daunting proposition. Luckily, there are many tools and techniques available for transferring the farm’s assets, operations, and management to the next generation. In this presentation, Corey Clark discusses how farmers can customize a plan that utilizes these tools and techniques to meet the unique needs of their family business.

  • Gaining & Demonstrating Farm Management Experience - Tips for New Farm Managers

    Published on March 8, 2023

    Management experience helps provide support in establishing your farm. There's oftentimes obstacles with gaining and demonstrating enough management experience. Jon LaPorte will share tips on how to gain and demonstrate your farm management experience.

  • Farm Budgets Growing Your Farm Into A Business

    Published on March 1, 2023

    Do you want to turn your hobby into business? This transition involves several considerations, including organizational structures, record keeping, and more. Join Jon LaPorte to learn some helpful tips on successfully turning your hobby into a business.

  • Risk Management Options for Specialty Crop Growers

    Published on March 1, 2023

    Learn the basics of insurance options for specialty crop producers and how its use can benefit your farm. Gain a better understanding of the differences between insurance policies, how each provides protection, and examine the advantages they offer.

  • 2022 Crop Insurance Decisions – How to Protect Your Crop Investment?

    Published on March 9, 2022

    Learn about insurance policies of yield and revenue protection for corn, soybeans, and wheat, as well as strategies for optimizing insurance and supplemental options.