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Whether an agricultural enterprise grows corn, cotton, grain or cattle, the information contained in the six sections listed here covers subjects most important to any modern farm owner. Consider this site a one-stop shop for in-depth industry reports, technical guides, news impacting the field and a variety of resources that can make profitability a probability!

  • What you need to know
    Agricultural entrepreneurs know just how much they must learn to cultivate a healthy business. The articles in this section provide detailed coverage of a range of key management and operational issues, among them, Software and Hardware, Vendor Relations, Staff and Employment, Sales and Marketing, Customer Service and Purchasing, Insurance, and Communications.
  • Industry Publications
    Agricultural professionals have long relied on the printed word for updates on crop prices, weather and a welter of other subjects - the Farmer's Almanac is a prime example! Happily, periodicals on modern farming now abound. The links that follow lead to a full slate of professional publications, in print and online, applicable to many and diverse industry sectors.
  • Trade Associations and Resources
    The modern farmer needs to know more than seeds and soil. Today's agriculture entrepreneur must understand everything from economic and trade policies, to new technologies for sustainable development. In this section, you will find information about agriculture trade associations and other resources to help your small farming business grow.
  • Licensing/Certification, Training & Cont.
    Agriculture in the 21st century doesn't bear much resemblance to the idyllic farm life of days gone by. Faced with business, scientific and technical booms, today's farmer must acquire significant credentials to remain competitive. This section offers an extensive listing of specializations and continuing education opportunities - from soil science to farm management - along with the best ways to achieve those educational goals.




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