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Agriwebinar - Information Launch Meeting: Study of Farm Business Management Planning Behaviours in Ontario

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Agriwebinar - Information Launch Meeting: Study of Farm Business Management Planning Behaviours in Ontario

Time: September 22, 2011 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Online - Internet
Website or Map: http://www.agriwebinar.com
Event Type: agriwebinar
Organized By: CFBMC
Latest Activity: Sep 14, 2011

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Information Launch Meeting: Study of Farm Business Management Planning Behaviours in Ontario

In July, 2010 AMI began working with Ipsos-Reid to conduct a study which would determine how and where farmers are getting their farm business management information and advice.  After analysing nearly 1,500 farmers from across Ontario, the baseline study is now complete.

 “What makes this study unique is that it puts quantifiable evidence behind the idea that farm business planning creates results.” says AMI Executive Director Ryan Koeslag.  The baseline study findings will help the AMI to provide credible and affordable resources to help farmers create an actionable business plan not only for times of major market changes and lack of profits, but to formulate a baseline for their own business to work from. 

Join us at the information launch where Colin Siren from Ipsos-Reid will present an in-depth look at the report findings.

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