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BOOKS

Title: 2001 organic farm management handbook
Contributors: Edited by Nic Lampkin and Mark Measures
Published: Aberystwyth, Wales : Organic Farming Research Unit, Institute of Rural Studies, University of Wales ; Hampstead Marshall, Berkshire, England : Organic Advisory Service, Elm Farm Research Centre , 2001 4th ed.

Summary: This handbook, produced in the United Kingdom, provides business management information for farmers and others concerned with the management of organic farms. There are chapters on marketing, certification, conversion to organic farming, crop production, arable crop gross margins, livestock production, whole farm performance, environmental management and information resources.

ISBN: 1872064329
Call Number: 53 TWO
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Alternative field crops , Cover crops and green manure crops , Crop production , Economic forecasting , Farm management and decision making , Forage crops , Livestock , Organic certification , Organic farming , Vegetables

Title: Developing a longer range strategic farm business plan
Author: Kenneth H. Thomas
Published: Ames, IA : Midwest Plan Service, Iowa State University , 1999
Series: Business management for farmers Part 1

Summary: The chapters include an introduction to the planning process, evaluating the current business situation and setting tentative life-style and business goals, identifying and analyzing longer range farming opportunities, and the selection of a tentative longer range plan, developing a workable transition plan, and managing the financially stressed farm business.

Call Number: 82 THO
Subjects: Agribusiness , Farm management and decision making

Title: the Encyclopedia of country living : an old fashioned recipe book
Author: Carla Emery
Contributors: illustrated by Cindy Davis and David Berger
Published: Seattle, WA : Sasquatch Books , c1994 fourth printing of ninth edition, 1997

Summary: This book contains much information on country living including, living self-sufficiently, planting gardens, raising animals, and processing home-grown foods.

ISBN: 0912365951
Call Number: 80.13 EME
Subjects: Amaranth , Asparagus , Baking , Bamboo , Beekeeping , Beginning farming , Berries , Blackberries , Blueberries , Brambles , Broccoli , Buckwheat , Butter , Calves , Canning , Cattle, beef , Cattle, dairy , Cheese making , Chickens , Cole crops (broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage) , Cooking, recipes , Corn , Dairy products , Ducks , Eggs , Family life , Farm life , Farm management and decision making , Food processing , Food storage and preservation , Fruits , Fruits, tree , Game birds , Gardening , Geese , Goats , Goats, dairy , Goats, meat , Grains , Grapes , Grasses, warm season , Guinea fowl , Handicrafts , Harvesting , Herbs , Hogs , Homesteading , Honey, bee products , Lamb (meat), mutton , Lambs , Livestock , Meat products , Milk , Millets , Mushrooms , Nut trees , Nuts , Onions , Paw paws , Peaches , Pears , Pest control , Pheasants , Plant propagation , Pork , Postharvest handling of fruits and vegetables , Poultry , Poultry meats , Quail , Rabbits , Raspberries , Seed saving , Seed storing , Seeds , Sheap Shearing , Sheep , Slaughtering methods , Small livestock , Soap making , Soil management , Sorghum , Sustainable agriculture , Tanning hides , Turkeys , Veal production , Vegetable gardening , Vegetables , Vegetables, harvesting and postharvest , Vegetables, storage , Wheat , Wool , Yogurt

Title: Five acres and independence
Author: M.G. Kains
Contributors: a handbook for small farm management
Published: New York, NY : Dover Publications , 1973 Revised and Enlarged ed.

Summary: This book will help beginning small-scale farmers evaluate land for its overall economic and specific agricultural production possibilities. Cost calculation methods for draining the land, improving soil, planting wind breaks, installing septic tanks, cellars, irrigation, greenhouses and other improvements are provided along with ways to implement these improvements. There are suggestions for specific crops and livestock, methods to optimize production capacity, continually increase the value of the farm, marketing and measuring investments in improvements.

ISBN: 0486209741
Call Number: 57 KAI
Subjects: Beginning farming , Farm management and decision making , Small farms

Title: Future horizons : recent literature in sustainable agriculture
Contributors: Gabriel Hegyes and Charles A. Francis, editors
Published: Lincoln, NE : Center for Sustainable Agricultural Systems, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln , 1997
Series: Extension and education materials for sustainable agriculture Volume 6

Summary: A large number of articles covering sustainable agriculture, ecology, economic and social dimensions of sustainability, historical and cultural insights, farming activities, soil quality, crop pests, and learning about sustainability.

Call Number: 50.9 FUT
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Environmental protection , Farm management and decision making , Pest control , Soil management , Sustainable agriculture , Sustainable development

Title: How to farm for profit : practical enterprise analysis
Author: Donald M. Fedie
Contributors: With the collaboration of Michael H. Prosser, CPA
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University Press , 1997 1st ed.

Summary: This book introduces basic financial principles, procedures and the enterprise analysis that is widely accepted in other industries. including a discussion of standardized financial reporting and the information derived from this process, such extent of profitability, sources and uses of cash and changes in owner's equity for the reporting period. After laying out the procedures for financial reporting, the book presents a farming and ranching operation with five enterprises-- cropping, cattle feeding, hog farrow-to-finish, dairy and calf production, and shows how to analyze each enterprise in terms of income, expenses, and break-even costs.

ISBN: 0813825601
Call Number: 81.5 FED
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Financial analysis , Management , Record keeping

Title: Making your small farm profitable
Author: Ron Macher
Published: North Adams , MA : Storey Books , c1999

Summary: This book explains how to exploit lucrative niche markets that others overlook, plan for optimal farm efficiency, determine equipment requirements and estimate machinery costs, compare costs against profit for common vegetables and livestock, and sell products in many different ways. There are major sections on getting started, principles of farming, planning and marketing, and management.

ISBN: 1580171613
Call Number: 82 MAC
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Beginning farming , Farm management and decision making , Marketing , Small farms

Title: Managing production and marketing systems
Author: Kenneth H. Thomas
Published: Ames, IA : Midwest Plan Service , July 2000
Series: Business management for farmers Part 3

Summary: Chapter 1 introduces some economic fundamentals and related planning tools, including cost and production relationships and budgeting. Subsequent chapters focus on the management of cropping and livestock enterprises. The last chapter focuses on the evaluation and/or development of production contractual arrangements.

Call Number: 82 THO
Subjects: Crop production , Farm management and decision making , Financial analysis , Livestock , Management

Title: Managing the overall business
Author: Kenneth H. Thomas
Published: Ames, IA : Midwest Plan Service , August 1999
Series: Business management for farmers Part 2

Summary: Topics include evaluating and improving people skills, contracts and property law, developing and implementing financial plans, financing a farm operation, tax planning, insurance, business arrangements and retirement and estate planning.

Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Finance , Incorporated farms , Management , Risk assessment

Title: Market farm forms : templates for planning and organizing information on diversified market farms
Author: Marcie A. Rosenzweig
Contributors: With Bill Kaye-Blake
Published: Auburn, CA : Full Circle Organic Farm , c1998

Summary: Shows how to use templates from common off-the-shelf software to follow the natural flow of information needed to plan crops, order seed and soil ammendments, grow transplants, project yields and income and then track what really happens against projections.

Call Number: 81.52 ROS
Subjects: Community supported agriculture (CSA) , Cost effectiveness , Economic forecasting , Farm income , Farm management and decision making , Financial analysis , Management , Market gardening , Record keeping

Title: Metrofarm : the guide to growing for big profit on a small parcel of land
Author: Michael Olson
Published: Santa Cruz, CA : TS Books , 1994

Summary: Given that small farming operations located in or near cities can be very profitable this book presents the technologies used by space-intensive farmers from around the world, and includes chapter length conversations with successful metrofarmers. Topics include understanding agriculture and agribusiness, developing a metrofarm strategy, surveying the market, evaluating and controlling land, selecting crops, organizing a business, establishing production, and marketing.

ISBN: 0963787608
Call Number: 57 OLS
Subjects: Agribusiness , Alternative enterprises , Crop production , Farm management and decision making , Land use , Market surveys , Marketing , Marketing direct to consumers , New businesses planning , Small farms

Title: Modern agricultural management : a systems approach to farming
Author: Donald D. Osburn
Second Author: Kenneth C. Schneeberger
Published: Reston, VA : Reston Publishing Co. , c1983 2nd ed.

Summary: Nearly 100 colleges, universities and numerous vocational programs adopted the first edition of this book as a text for farm management. The book was developed to help students hone their decisionmaking skills in farm and financial management. This second edition includes a general introduction to agricultural management, marginal analysis in short-run planning, cost concepts in decision making, ownership costs, record systems, business analysis and control, diagnosing business problems, audits, forward planning, budgeting, farm resource inventory, whole farm planning, linear programming, business organization and resource management, types of ownership arrangements, credit, capital use, land acquisition and use strategies, investment analysis, taxes, and insurance.

ISBN: 0835945502
Call Number: 82 OSB
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Management

Title: The real dirt : farmers tell about organic and low-input practices in the Northeast
Contributors: Edited by Miranda Smith and members of the Northeast Organic Association and Cooperative Extension
Published: Burlington, VT : Northeast Region SARE/ACE , c1994

Summary: Based on interviews with more than 60 farmers in 8 states, this book provides an overview of the techniques and systems that organic and low-input farmers relied upon from 1989 to 1991. Sections cover management of soil, pest, crops, livestock and dairy, marketing concerns, transition and whole-farm design.

Call Number: 53 REA
Subjects: Crop production , Dairy production , Farm management and decision making , Livestock , Marketing , Organic farming , Reduced chemical inputs , Soil management

Title: Sell what you sow! : The grower's guide to successful produce marketing
Author: Eric Gibson
Published: Placerville, CA : New World Publishing , c1994

Summary: Chapters cover planning, choosing enterprises, deciding what to grow, market research, making a marketing plan, direct marketing techniques, such as farmers markets, roadside markets, subscription farming and pick-your-own, retail marketing, specialty food products, merchandising, customer service, wholesale marketing, pricing, rules and regulations, insurance, promotion, advertising, farm festivals, and resource listings.

ISBN: 0963281402
Call Number: 85 GIB
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Market gardening , Marketing , Produce

Title: Shared leadership, shared responsibility
Contributors: Heidi Carter and Charles Francis, Editors
Published: Lincoln, NE : Center for Sustainable Agricultural Systems, University of Nebraska-Lincoln , 1996
Series: Extension and Education Materials for Sustainable Agriculture Volume 5

Summary: This handbook includes educational materials and training ideas and materials (articles and handouts) for developing leadership of groups and organizations that work for the implementation of sustainable agriculture programs. There is also coverage of whole farm planning, holistic resource management, entrepreneurship and marketing, group learning methods, and resources.

Call Number: 80.5 SHA
Subjects: Activism , Entrepreneurship , Farm management and decision making , Group meeting skills , Holistic management , Leadership , Marketing , Nonprofit organizations management , Sustainable agriculture

Title: Small farm handbook
Contributors: Edited by Small Farm Center
Published: Oakland, CA : ANR Publications, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California , c1994

Summary: This book has sections on requirements for successful farming, the basics, finances, marketing and selling, enterprise ideas, growing crops, raising animals, postharvest handling, alternative agriculture, labor management, and family dynamics.

ISBN: 1879906236
Call Number: 82.2 SMA
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Small farms

Title: Small-scale livestock farming : a grass-based approach for health, sustainability, and profit
Author: Carol Ekarius
Published: Pownal, VT : Storey Books

Summary: This book discusses the roots of grass-based farming and provides help in determining farming goals, creating a complete financial and biological farm plan, making decisions, investigating marketing strategies, and learning about breeding stock, health, housing, fencing, feeding and selection of livestock.

ISBN: 1580171621
Call Number: 70 EKA
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Grass fed , Livestock

Title: Structural and financial characteristics of U.S. farms, 1995 : 20th annual family farm report to Congress
Contributors: Judith E. Sommer ... [et. al.]
Published: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service , [1998]
Series: Agriculture information bulletin no. 746

Summary: This report, based on USDA's 1995 Agricultural Resource Management Study brings together different components of farming to describe them and examine their roles in agricultural production. Sections cover the characteristics of farm businesses, farm operators and farm operator households.

Call Number: 82 STR
Subjects: Agribusiness , Family farms , Farm income , Farm management and decision making , Finance , Small farms

Title: Sustainable agriculture
Author: John Mason
Published: East Roseville, Australia : Kangaroo Press , 1997

Summary: This book includes explanations of permaculture, biodynamics, organic farming, agroforestry, conservation tillage, and integrated hydroculture and includes coverage of water management, selection criteria for plants and animals, droughts and floods, alternative feeds, pest management, problems resulting from land degradation, climate change and agriculture, and farm management.

ISBN: 0864178654
Call Number: 50.9 MAS
Subjects: Crop production , Farm management and decision making , Irrigation , Livestock , Pest control , Soils , Sustainable agriculture , Water quality , Weed management

BOOKLETS

Title: Alternative financial/organizational structures of farm and agribusiness firms
Author: Michael Boehlje
Second Author: David Lins
Published: Lafayette, IN : Cooperative Extension Service/Purdue University, Media Distribution Center , April 1995

Summary: This North Central Region Extension Publication describes the the range of options for organizing a financing a business, including criteria for choosing a particular business structure, legal organization, discussion of different business arrangements (contract production, joint ventures etc.), leasing, equity capital and debt capital.

Call Number: 82.21 BOE
Subjects: Agribusiness , Beginning farming , Entrepreneurship , Farm management and decision making , Finance , Management , New business management , New businesses planning

Title: Facilitator's guide for a whole farm planning systems case study : the Frantzen family's farm planning workbook
Contributors: Douglas B. Johnson ... [et. al.]
Published: Madison, WI : Quality of Life Project of the Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education ; Program on Agricultural Technology Studies at the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison , c1997

Summary: This guide for leading a workshop on whole farm planning is a case-study of one family's approach to the planning process on their farm in Northeastern Iowa, including how the challenge of operating the farm are balanced with overall quality of life. Designed to be used with an accompanying workbook for workshop participants.

Call Number: 82 FAC
Subjects: Family farms , Family life , Farm life , Farm management and decision making , Group meeting skills , Holistic management , Quality of life

Title: Facilitator's guide for an overview workshop on whole farm planning
Contributors: Michelle Miller ... [et. al.]
Published: Madison, WI : Published by the Quality of Life Project of the Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education ; Program on Agricultural Technology Studies at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison , c1997

Summary: This facilitator's guide is for a workshop intended to provide participants with information about the general concepts of farm planning, who is involved and how farmers and farm service providers work together in the planning process. Designed to be used with an accompanying workbook for workshop participants.

Call Number: 82 FAC
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Group meeting skills

Title: Farm planning
Contributors: Vinsen Nurak ... [et. al.]
Published: Oklahoma City, OK : World Neighbors
Series: Practical guide to dryland farming 7

Summary: A translation of a work developed for Indonesian farmers, this booklet is intended to be used as a tool to accompany discussions among farmers or with extension workers that encourage farm planning. Sections address developing, monitoring and evaluating a farm plan and how to analyze productivity.

Call Number: 82 FAR
Subjects: Family farms , Farm management and decision making , Rural development

Title: Getting started in farming : part-time or small farms
Contributors: H.E. Workman, D. Schneeberger, D. Trott
Published: Columbia, MO : University of Missouri , 1979
Series: North Central regional extension publication 83

Summary: This booklet is intended to help families decide if they should try part-time farming, how to select a farm, and how to organize and operate a farm.

Call Number: 82.3 GET
Subjects: Beginning farming , Family farms , Farm management and decision making , Part-time farming , Small farms

Title: Making it on the farm : increasing sustainability through value-added processing and marketing
Author: Keith Richards
Second Author: Deborah S. Wechsler
Published: Elkins, AK : Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group , c1996

Summary: This publication is the product of an interview process whereby 21 farmers offered information about their value-added enterprises. It includes a wide variety of stories about some of the farmers and a discussion of key points that contributed to their success. There is also a list of resources for getting support in exploring value-added enterprises.

Call Number: 82 RIC
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Food processing , Marketing , Value-added

Title: Monitoring sustainable agriculture with conventional financial data
Author: Dick Levins
Published: White Bear Lake, MN : Land Stewardship Project , c1996

Summary: This publication shows how numbers used in financial statements and tax reporting can be used to calculate sustainability indicators. These indicators are in the areas of farm performance in dependence on government programs, use of equipment and energy, creation of jobs, and maintaining a balance between the production and use of livestock feed. The indicators can then be used to show how a farm is making progress toward sustainability from year to year.

Call Number: 82 LEV
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Financial analysis , Sustainable agriculture

Title: the Organic decision : transitionaing to organic dairy production
Author: Department of Applied Economics and Management
Second Author: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Published: Ithaca, NY : Cornell University , 2002

Summary: A step by step book to help you plan for transitioning to organic dairy production.

Call Number: 86.2 ORG
Subjects: Alternative agriculture , Dairy production , Dairy products , Farm management and decision making , Marketing , Milk , Organic farming

Title: Personnel decisions in the family farm business
Author: Amy R. Lyman
Published: Berkeley, CA : Agricultural Personnel Management Program, University of California

Summary: The six case studies in this booklet show how family history, tradition and interpersonal issues between family members can influence decision making and business results in family owned and operated farms and agricultural enterprises. The booklet is designed to help families recognize and deal with such influences and problems.

Call Number: 81.85 LYM
Subjects: Family farms , Family life , Farm labor , Farm management and decision making , Small business , Small farms

Title: Selected fruit and vegetable planning budgets
Author: Charles D. DeCourley
Second Author: Kevin C. Moore
Published: Columbia, MO : Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri-Columbia

Summary: The planning budgets in this manual assist growers in estimating their own costs and returns for selected fruits and vegetables. Acceptable production practices, labor requirements and inputs are also included, as are estimated costs for various stages in the crop cycle. The budgets also show expected returns and when they can be received. With this information, growers can make management decisions in the planning stage.

Call Number: 62.08 DEC
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Fruit production, budgets , Vegetables , Vegetables, budgets

Title: What it takes to
Author: David E. Ervin
Second Author: Katherine R. Smith
Published: Greenbelt, MD : Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture , 1996
Series: Policy studies report no. 5

Summary: This report explains the issues and challenges that accompany the development of whole farm planning policy.

Call Number: 82 ERV
Subjects: Farm management and decision making

Title: Whole farm planning : a survey of North American experiments
Author: Elizabeth Higgins
Published: Greenbelt, MD : Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture , 1998
Series: Policy studies report no. 9

Summary: The first of two reports that describe the features of nine whole farm planning experiments in the U.S. and Canada. This report briefly describes each of the efforts to draw implications for public policy that supports whole farm planning.

Call Number: 82 HIG
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Government policy and programs

VIDEOS

Title: Close to the ground : a team approach to on-farm monitoring
Contributors: Blue Moon Productions
Published: Lewiston, MN : Land Stewardship Project , c1997

Summary: Monitoring to evaluate changes in management practices is primarily demonstrated in the context of management intensive grazing operations.

Call Number: 82 CLO
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Intensive grazing

Title: Crossroads in sustainable agriculture : the Perkins farm : switching gears
Published: St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota , c1994

Summary: A farm family practicing reduced tillage, evaluates switching to an even more sustainable crop production system and changing the farm machinery to do it while weighing quality of life issues and looking to the future. Designed to stimulate discussion on farm decision making.

Call Number: 82 CRO
Subjects: Crop production , Farm management and decision making , Farm profiles, demonstration farms , Quality of life , Sustainable agriculture

Title: Crossroads in sustainable agriculture : The Vanderpol farm : is the green dream worth it?
Published: St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota , c1994

Summary: A farm family evaluates switching to ridge tilling. The details of ridge tilling are summarized in this five minute video segment. Designed to stimulate discussion on farm decision making.

Call Number: 51.7 CRO
Subjects: Crop production , Farm management and decision making , Farm profiles, demonstration farms , Soil conservation , Sustainable agriculture

Title: Farm decision making : one family's story
Contributors: Produced in cooperation with Cornell Cooperative Extension, Maryland Cooperative Extension, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Published: Ithaca, NY : Cornell University , c1999

Call Number: 63.3 FAR
Subjects: Family farms , Family life , Farm management and decision making , Grains , Organic farming

Title: First steps : moving toward sustainability : economic management
Published: IA : Iowa State University Extension

Summary: This video explores how to allocate land, labor, capital and management to achieve farming goals while keeping in mind the impact of decisions beyond the farm gate. Sustainable economic management practices are designed for the specific circumstances of each farm. There is no standard way to do it.

Call Number: 82 FIR
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Sustainable agriculture

Title: Managing risks for profits : risks and profits
Contributors: Sound Video Corporation
Published: Athens, GA : College of Agriculture, University of Georgia

Summary: This video lecture presents considerations for managing risk in farm economic decision making. Three types of risk in agriculture are market risk, production risk and financial risk. Increasing the chances of making a profit involves choosing among risky alternatives. Minimizing risk is not always a good strategy because it may generate little profit while maximizing risk may be too risky. The art of risk management involves making decisions in the assumption of risk that optimize profits and minimize loss.

Call Number: VIDEO 81.43 MAN
Subjects: Farm management and decision making , Risk assessment

Title: Part-time farming
Published: Lincoln, NE : Cooperative Extension Division, University of Nebraska , c1996

Call Number: 82.3 PAR
Subjects: Alternative field crops , Farm management and decision making , Livestock , Part-time farming , Pasture management , Specialty crops

Title: Ways to grow : alternatives for small farmers : know your market-- first
Published: Greensboro, NC : North Carolina N & T State University, Agricultural Communications , c1992

Call Number: 84 WAY
Subjects: Advertising , Farm management and decision making , Marketing , Pricing , Sales

AUDIOCASSETTES

Title: Decision making and enterprise planning program : updated version
Author: John O'Sullivan
Published: Greensboro, NC : North Carolina A & T State University

Summary: Advice on evaluating the feasibility of and preparing for a new farm-based enterprise.

Call Number: 83.1 OSU
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Farm management and decision making , New businesses planning

CD ROMS

Title: 1997 census of agricultureVolume 1 : geographic area series
Published: Washington, D.C. : National Agricultural Statistics Service, USDA , 1999

Summary: The census of agriculture is conducted every five years and is a major source of information about production agriculture in the U.S., including data on the numbers of farms, land in farms, land use, irrigation, crops, livestock, poultry, value of farm products sold, production expenses and operator characteristics. The contents of these CD-ROMs correspond to printed reports part 1 through 51 with limited state level data for prior years.

Publishers Number: 1A, 1B, 1C
Call Number: 50 NIN
Subjects: Agribusiness , Crop production , Economic forecasting , Farm labor , Farm management and decision making , Farmers , Irrigation , Land use , Livestock , Poultry , Sales

WEB PAGES

Whole Farm, Profit Objective Pricing (Kansas State University)
Whole-Farm Planning for Economic and Environmental Sustainability (Kansas State University)
Whole Farm Planning: Combining Family, Profit, and Environment (University of Minnesota)
Using Enterprise Budgets To Make Decisions About Your Farm (Washington State University)
Starting or Diversifying an Agricultural Business (Penn State University)
Risk in Agriculture (Alabama A&M University)
A Primer for Selecting New Enterprises for Your Farm (University of Kentucky)
Making Family Decisions in Farming and Ranching (North Dakota State University)
Introduction to Risk Management (RMA-USDA)
An Illustrated Guide to Growing Safe Prodce on Your Farm (ATTRA)
Goal Setting for Farm and Ranch Families (Oklahoma State University)
Farm and Ranch Strategic Planning (Visioning and Goal Setting) (Kansas State University)
Farm Family Decision-Making (Oklahoma State University)
Factors to Consider in Identifying New or Alternative Enterprise (Alabama A&M University)
Directions for Using the Farm Planning Tool (FPT) (University of Kentucky)
Building a Sustainable Business: A Guide to Developing a Business Plan for Farms and Rural Businesses (SARE)


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