These are trying times in Canada, and although it has become difficult to meet in person and participate in learning events, there are many opportunities to stay connected online and continue to advance your farm business management practices.
Here are some excellent farm management resources you can explore:
Our newly designed website is full of informative presentations on a variety of farm management topics. Use the search function to explore over 200 archived presentations from industry experts. Check it out at www.agriwebinar.com!
Interested in moving your in person learning program or meetings online? Did you have planned events, but are now looking at alternative ways to reach your attendees? Farm Management Canada can help with Agriwebinar. We would be happy to discuss options to hold virtual gatherings with your members or the public. Please contact Mathieu Lipari, Program Manager at mathieu(at)fmc-gac.com.
As a one-stop-shop, the National Farm Business Management Resource Centre showcases the best resources available, ensuring Canada’s farmers are equipped with the learning resources necessary to build their capacity to confront change with confidence and seize opportunities.
Take some time to explore Takeanewapproach.ca and browse the resources, programs, events and research available to you.
Dollars & Sense Study
Have your say! A ground-breaking 2015 study titled Dollars and Sense revealed the success of any farm enterprise is directly related to the business management practices of the farm manager. It has been 5 years since the first Dollars and Sense study. Now in 2020, we want to take a deeper dive into understanding the barriers and drivers of adopting farm business management practices on Canada’s farms, and how industry can help.
To participate, click here to visit our webpage and take the survey. The survey closes March 31st. Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a draw to win 2 free registrations to our Agricultural Excellence Conference taking place in Canmore, Alberta from November 24-26, 2020.
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