The main reason new business ventures fail in their first two or three years is lack of planning. A sound business plan will help you focus your ideas into manageable components
by DORENE COLLINS
Often, we hear a farmer say:
“I would expand or grow my farm business, or start a new venture on the farm, if only I had more time and money.” Are there, in fact, things you can do in planning for an expansion or new venture to ensure that the time and the money are available?