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It's planning season again, what do you do now to help your profitability? Here is a list of ideas.....

Here's a brief list of planning and management tasks which directly affect your profitability. What do you do this time of year?
  • Risk management planning
    • Marketing
    • Insurance
  • Input planning
    • Invoice Reviews
    • Product Value Assessments
  • Business planning
    • Cash Flow
    • Balance Sheet
    • Growth Planning
  • Equipment planning
    • Equipment trades
    • Updates
    • Technology
  • Education opportunities
    • Business Seminar
    • Technology Updates
  • Agronomic planning
    • Herbicide
    • Seed
    • Fertility
    • Precision Tools
  • Relationship management
    • Landowners
    • Lenders
    • Partners
    • Employees

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Great suggestions!

Though, as someone with a somewhat biased opinion, I believe every season is the perfect one when it comes to Farm Business planning. Whenever the time may come, Ontario farmers should remember that there is Government funding available to them through Growing Forward.

I should mention that our firm does provide Farm Business Succession Planning in Eastern Ontario.

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