Farm-Scale Decision Making Workshop- Richmond

Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

What size farm is right for me?
Are you evaluating a major change to your business model such as scaling up or dropping an enterprise?  Are you struggling to determine how that change will impact your profitability and quality of life?  If so, join NOFA-VT for an interactive workshop that will provide you with the tools necessary to make informed farm scale decisions based on both financial viability and quality of life goals.  Topics will include cost-benefit analysis, cash flow analysis, and holistic decision-making.  Two farmers, one who has scaled up and one who has scaled down their operation, will share their decision-making processes and the resulting impacts on their businesses.

Presenters: Mimi Arnstein (Farm Consultant), Calley Hastings (Fat Toad Farm) & Jen Miller (NOFA-VT)
Farmer Presenters: Bruce Hennessey (Maple Wind Farm) & Richard Wiswall (Cate Farm)

Cost: $40 NOFA-VT members, $45 non-members. Lunch included.

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Location:

VYCC Monitor Barn- Conservation Room

Address:

1949 E Main St
Richmond, VT 05477
United States

Cost:

$40 NOFA-VT members, $45 non-members. Lunch included