Record Keeping for the Farm – February 16th 12pm – Lunch and Learn

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Lunch and Learn

What does it cost to produce your farm products and what are they worth? Come learn what information you should be tracking about your farming operation and the process to assemble them into a budget that will allow you to understand your cost of production. We will also discuss pricing strategies, when to use them, and their implications.

Speaker:  Derek Washburn, Farm Business Management, Extension Associate

When:      Friday, February 16th – 12 p.m. –  at the N.C. Cooperative Extension,Polk County Center office located at 79 Carmel Lane, Columbus.

Fee:          $10 per person – Lunch is provided (Pay at door Cash or Check only)

Register Online

Contact Cassie LeMaster at or by phone at 828-894-8218 for questions. Please contact us by February 9th for accommodations related to a disability or for dietary restrictions.