The Power of Groups
September 2010 - Second Edition by the Agricultural Management Institute
This Booklet is designed to provide direction, useful hints and inspiration to farmers who may be considering the idea of small farmer-led groups as a new approach to management. It is hoped that this tool will demonstrate the benefits of working in small groups, whether they relate to profitability, quality of life, information-sharing or knowledge development. This Booklet shares the advice of experienced agricultural producers on how to form a group that help improve your bottom line.
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Farm Management Clubs - A Road Map
By Canadian Farm Business Animal Council
This Booklet, produced by the Canadian Farm Business Management Council, is aimed at providing farm management stakeholders in Canada with a simplified practical guide (road map) on the steps to follow in forming a management club.
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Knowledge Insider - Where business meets opportunity
Fall 2011 Edition by Farm Credit Canada
Farm Credit Canada is proud to present Knowledge Insider, a semi-annual publication offering thought-provoking information to producers and other agriculture entrepreneurs. Trends described in this document are supported with facts and figures and examined in the context of what's on the horizon for Canadian agriculture.
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Swedish statistician Hans Rosling has developed unique data-bubble software that visually
depicts the impacts of population growth, health and economics
Watch the video of one of his presentations, Let my dataset change your mindset, at www.ted.com by clicking the image below.
This mind blowing information shows how the virtual and online world is changing so rapidly
Watch the video, Did you know?, by clicking the image below.
A graphic description of world population growth from 1 A.D.
Watch the video, World Population, by clicking the image below.
Funding for this web page was provided in part by the Agricultural Management Institute (AMI). The AMI is part of the Best Practices Suite of programs for Growing Forward, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.