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Title: Backyard market gardening : the entrepreneur's guide to selling what you grow
Author: Andrew W. Lee
Published: Columbus, NC : Good Earth Publications , c1993

Summary: This book provides information on how to grow and sell vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs and small livestock from a backyard market garden. Chapters cover sites and soils, tools, marketing strategies, business planning, production techniques and ecofarming.

ISBN: 0962464805
Call Number: 85.2 LEE
Subjects: Fruits, marketing , Market gardening , Marketing , New business management , New businesses planning , Small business , Sustainable agriculture , Truck farms , Vegetables, marketing

Title: The complete country business guide
Author: Lisa Rogak
Published: Grafton, NH : William Hills Publishing , c1999 1st ed.

Summary: This book is a training manual for starting a business or improving a business in a rural setting. Examples drawn from actual experiences of starting and operating businesses in the country help readers to get acquainted with what it is like. Sections cover preparations, planning, start-up, operations, marketing, finance, and growing the business.

ISBN: 0965250210
Call Number: 83.5 ROG
Subjects: Business, rural , Finance , Management , Marketing , New business management , New businesses planning

Title: Establishing a shared-use commercial kitchen
Author: Cameron Wold
Contributors: edited by Cameron Wold
Second Author: Martin F. Sancho, Karen Schubert, John Wojtacha, Laura Hobbs
Published: Denver, CO : Western Entrepeneurial Network , c1997

Summary: This book contains informatin on planning, budgeting, designing, operating, and marketing a commercial kitchen,

ISBN: 1890730041
Call Number: 86.1 WOL
Subjects: Food processing , Marketing , New businesses planning

Title: Farming alternatives : a guide to evaluating the feasibility of new farm-based enterprises
Author: Nancy Grudens Schuck ... [et. al.]
Published: Ithaca, NY : Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service , 1998
Series: Small farm series

Summary: This guide is written for individuals and families interested in developing a new farm-based enterprise. Chapters cover personal and family considerations, identifying alternative enterprises, marketing, production, profitability, financial feasibility, making a decision and sources of information.

ISBN: 093581714X
Call Number: 83.1 FAR
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Family farms , New businesses planning

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: On-farm processing : a handbook for producers
Author: Patricia G. Davidson
Contributors: In partnership with the British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Published: Ottawa, ONT : Canadian Farm Business Management Council , c1994

Summary: Drawing on previous extension publications in Canada and the United States, this handbook provides broad guidelines for the processing of food and other farm products to add value and increase returns. There are sections on regulations, planning for marketing and production, packaging and labeling, advertising and promotion, and personnel and financial management.

ISBN: 0772622647
Call Number: 86 DAV
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Entrepreneurship , Management , New businesses planning

Title: Small-time operator : how to start your business, keep your books, pay your taxes and stay out of trouble!
Author: Bernard B. Kamoroff
Published: Laytonville, CA : Bell Springs Publishing , 1997 22nd ed.

Summary: This book is a technical manual written in everyday English that provides advice on starting a business. It also serves as a workbook that includes bookkeeping instructions and ledgers designed for small businesses. Major sections cover getting started, bookkeeping, growth, and taxes.

ISBN: 0917510143
Call Number: 83.2 KAM
Subjects: New business management , New businesses planning , Small business

Title: Starting a new business in Missouri
Contributors: Sharon A. Gulick, Editor
Published: Jefferson City, MO : Missouri Business Assistance Center, Office of Business Information Center, Division of Community and Economic Development , 1997

Summary: This book provides information to new or potential business owners on how to begin their business operation in the state and introduces assistance programs available to existing or start-up businesses. Chapters cover basics, business planning, legal formation, taxes, hiring, and finance.

Call Number: 83.1 STA
Subjects: New business management , New businesses planning


Title: An agribusiness plan buide : a workbook for agricultural enterprises
Published: Austin, TX : Texas Dept. of Agriculture

Summary: An agribusiness plan model designed to be used as both a guideline and a workbook, with planning instructions and sample worksheets.

Call Number: 81.41 AGR
Subjects: Agribusiness , Entrepreneurship , New businesses planning

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: Entrepreneurial training for farm women and farm management teams : a self-study project in six modules
Contributors: Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan and Garven & Associates Ltd.
Published: Ottowa, Ontario, Canada : Canadian Farm Business Managemement Council , c1997

Summary: The programs in this book will guide farm women, farm amnagers, and farm business management teams to understand the potential profitability and feasibility of their business idea.

Call Number: 10.74 ENT
Subjects: Entrepreneurship , New businesses planning , Women and economic development , Women in business

Title: Getting established in farmingpart V : business management for farmers
Author: Kenneth H. Thomas
Contributors: North Central Region cooperative extension
Published: Ames, IA : Iowa State University , c2002
Series: getting established in farming part V

Summary: Establishing a farm business on your own or with a partner.

Call Number: 82.1 THO
Subjects: Beginning farming , New businesses planning

Title: Starting a food business in Minnesota
Contributors: Edited by Debra Vorderbruggen, Kristen Vatthaur
Published: St. Paul, MN : Minnesota Dept. Agriculture , 1998

Summary: This publication is designed to help those who are interested in starting a food service establishment, retail food business or a food manufacturing business in Minnesota, focusing on acquaintence with regulations, regulatory agencies, business planning and skills assessment.

Call Number: 83.6 STA
Subjects: Food systems , New businesses planning

Title: Starting a new business in Missouri
Contributors: Prepared by Missouri Department of Economic Development Business Assistance Center
Published: Jefferson City, MO : Missouri Dept. of Economic Development , 1988

Summary: This guide provides information to new or prospective business owners on beginning their business operations in the state. There are business planning forms, information on forms of business organization, marketing, taxes, raising capital and lists of resource contacts.

Call Number: 83.1 STA
Subjects: New businesses planning

Title: Starting a new business in Missouri
Contributors: Prepared by Business and Industry Extension Program, University Extension and Missouri Department of Economic Development
Published: Columbia , MO : University Extension, University of Missouri

Summary: This handbook outlines the basic requirements for starting a new business in the state of Missouri. Pages cover developing a business plan, regulations and taxes, choosing a form of business organization, records, and how to apply for a loan.

Call Number: 83.1 STA
Subjects: New businesses planning


Title: 1998 Acres U.S.A. Conference : building a specialty crop farm plan that works
Author: Richard Alan Miller
Published: Metairie, LA : Acres U.S.A. , 1998

Summary: This presentation discusses how to create a profitable herb growing business based on market trends.

Publishers Number: 2302A, 2302B
Call Number: 85 MIL
Subjects: Alternative enterprises , Economic forecasting , Herbs , Herbs, marketing , Herbs, medicinal , New businesses planning , Specialty crops

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


Title: 2001 Missouri small business start-up kit
Contributors: Developed and produced in partnership by Outreach & Extension, University of Missouri, Lincoln University, Missouri Department of Economic Development, Missouri Small Business Development Center
Published: St. Louis, MO : College of Business Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis , 2001 3rd ed.

Call Number: 83.1 TWO
Subjects: New business management , New businesses planning , Small business

Title: 2002- Missouri small business start-up kit
Contributors: University of Missouri outreach and extension
Published: Columbia, MO : University of Missouri , c2002

Summary: provides entrepeneures and small business owners with acces to information, checklists, publications, and links to on-line resources for starting and managing a business in Missouri

Call Number: 83.1 MIS
Subjects: Entrepreneurship , New businesses planning , Small business

Title: Small business resource guide : what you need to know about taxes and other topics
Published: Washington, D.C. : Internal Revenue Service ; Small Business Administration , 1999

Summary: This CD-ROM includes sections on assessing your business idea, starting the business and implementing the business plan, federal tax information, hiring employees, and expanding the business. There is an index of business forms and publications.

Publishers Number: 3207
Call Number: 83.2 SMA
Subjects: New business management , New businesses planning , Small business

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