Crop-Costing, Chart of Accounts and Farmer-Focused Wholesaling Webinar Series Registration
1. Crop-Costing Tools for Determining Pricing and Profitability:
April 29th, 2019, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Models provided for Vegetable, Livestock and Cheese production but applicable to all forms of production.

2. Setting Up Your Books to Easily Assess Your Farm’s Profitability:
May 20th, 2019, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

3. Methods To Find and Approach Farmer-Focused Wholesale Buyers:
June 24th, 2019, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

This webinar series is free for farmers in NY State thanks to the support of the New York State Farm Viability Institute.

This webinar series is intended to help farms to assess for themselves whether growing certain products or selling in different marketplaces is a viable option for their business.

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Please check the webinars you’d like to attend:
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How many acres do you farm?
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How many years have you been farming professionally?
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What do you grow / raise? (Check all that apply) *
How do you sell your products? (Check All That Apply) *
Describe how you determine the costs of growing/raising the products you sell?
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How do you currently determine your the price for your products?
Please rate your familiarity with crop costing (i.e. enterprise budgeting): *
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Please list 3 specific products that you grow which you would like to determine the cost of production and profitability: *
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Why are you interested in participating in this webinar and what are you hoping to get out of this program?
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We are offering free 1-on-1 consultations on developing personalized crop costing models and whole farm budgets for 5 farms interested in expanding their wholesale business. Would you like to be contacted about additional support? *
Please rate this list of potential barriers for your farm to increasing your wholesale business (1 - Low Barrier, 3 - Neutral, 5 - High Barrier)
Transportation and Delivery Infrastructure
Sufficient Labor
Proper storage and handling facilities
Product sizing and grading requirements
Locating buyers
Knowing demand to plan production
Knowing how to price for wholesale
Growing the necessary volume
Food safety requirements
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