1 edition of Why farmers must organize for business found in the catalog.
by Departments of Information of the Tobacco Growers Co-operative Association and the North Carolina Cotton Growers Co-operative Association in Raleigh, N.C
Written in English
Address by Aaron Sapiro, with endorsement by Carter Glass.
|Contributions||Glass, Carter, 1858-1946, Tri-State Tobacco Growers Association. Department of Information, North Carolina Cotton Growers Cooperative Association. Information Department|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Farming as a Business (FaaB) Manual for Smallholder farmers. MODULE 1. Creating a commercial farming mindset This module is designed to: i. Facilitate a smooth transition from subsistence farming towards commercial farming ii.
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Agribusinesses commercially engaging with smallholders, need the farmers to take-up services and practices that will increase productivity and secure volumes. Convincing farmers to adopt new practices or technologies is challenging.
Smallholder farmers may gain a lot from. Again, farmers must organize to protect their own interests, because there is nobody else that can, or will, protect these interests for the farmers, as a class. In the protection of our farm- ing interests we necessarily come in contact and in con- flict with the personal interests of those who want to buy our products as cheaply as possible.
You’ll need clean, carefully organized account books to present to banks and potential investors, and a business structure is the foundation of those clean books. While all farmers will have the tasks of growing and selling food in common, the practicalities of making that profit will differ based on capital, location, customer bases, and more.
farmers and extension organisations understand that there is little future for farmers unless they become more entrepreneurial in the way they run their farms.
They must increasingly produce for markets and for profits. Becoming more entrepreneurial can be a challenge for small-scale farmers. Each type of business entity has its advantages and limitations.
Farmers will need to choose a business structure based on their specific operation and goals. A number of factors must be weighed, including limited liability, management structure, tax consequences and flexibility. Farmers are advised to meet with an attorney to weigh these factors.
ceed, the next step is to prepare a business plan and draft legal documents. Prepare a Business Plan Every business should have a business plan. The steering committee should arrange for completion of an in-depth busi-ness plan prepared by a professional famil-iar with cooperative organization.
The plan is developed from the foundation provided. Getting organized is vital for small-scale farmers in developing countries. On their own, individual farm families can do little to improve their livelihoods: they lack the capital, skills, experience and scale to solve problems, invest, market or innovate.
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