What should I grow to make a profit?
That is the ultimate question. The answer is… it depends.
In this virtual 3 hour workshop instructor Andrea Gunner, agrologist and poultry producer, will take participants through the process of how to determine profitability of an individual crop and of the farm business as a whole. Considerations such as labor costs, yield, market price, volume, among other variables are critical to the profitability of your operation.
You will come away with an understanding of data you need to track during the growing season and how to make decisions based on your operations, location and marketing plan.
This is appropriate for market gardeners, livestock producers as well as value added producers.
Workshop Cost: Free
There is no cost to attend but space is limited and pre-registration is required. This workshop is available to residents of the Columbia Basin. Not sure if you are in the region? Check out our map.
Workshop Delivery: Online
This workshop is delivered virtually using Zoom. You will need a Zoom account and access to a computer with video, sound, microphone and ideally a webcam. Learn about Zoom here.
This will be a 3-Hour workshop. Please note start time 10:00 am Pacific time , 11 am Mountain time
- March 17, 2021: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific Standard Time
Call for information or to register by phone: 1.855.510.2227.
If you need to cancel your registration please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the pertinent details.
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Can’t make the workshop? Contact our Agriculture Specialist, Nyree Marsh about this topic by applying for services here.