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Getting started with farm business planning and financial readiness

This program is a final addition to the 24-webinar Michigan State University Extension 2016 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series. 

Your new farm will benefit greatly in the long run if you carefully explore and develop a good, workable business plan. This webinar, offered by MSU Student Organic Farm manager and organic farmer training program director Jeremy Moghtader will provide information to help you develop that plan and make sure your finances are in order to begin or expand your farming operation.

Title: Getting started with farm business planning and financial management

Presenter: Jeremy Moghtader, Michigan State University Organic Farmer Training Program Director & Farm Manager

Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016


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