Purdue's Department of Agricultural Economics has developed a website with resources for Family Businesses. The website contains valuable information regarding the four critical areas for business success: estate and personal financial planning, strategic business planning, leadership and succession planning and maintaining family bonds.
A Free Webinar on Monday, October 24, 2016 from 10:00 am - Noon (EDT) has been scheduled to provide basic introduction of SARE (Sustainable Agriculture, Research and Education )Grants, eligibility and how to apply for funding.
For information on how to take part in this webinar please contact Roy Ballard, Purdue Extension Educator for Hancock County and Indiana SARE State Coordinator at 317-462-1113 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. or log in to the WebEx meeting room at https://purdue.web
We'd like you to know what we can do for YOU. The Extension service is just that--a service for the community.
A variety of info about field crops, such a the Private Applicator Recertification Program (PARP), cover crops, Purdue research
A new risk management option that will be available for fruit and vegetable growers and producers with diversified farms.
In Spring of 2014, the Johnson County Extension Staff have been Making a Difference.
Three programming efforts we would like to highlight include:
- Estate and Business Transfer Planning
- Officer's Training Better Prepares Youth to Lead 4-H Club
- Take Charge! Your Financial $afety is in Your Hands!
Agri-Business/Agri-tourism roundtable to be held May 8 at 9:00 am. This roundtable will be held at the Johnson County REMC Conference Room located at 750 International Drive in Franklin. This roundtable is being held to bring together those establishments involved in Agriculture and/or Ag related tourism.