Cash Flow Management and the Annual Operating Cycle - Farm Financial Management Tuesdays
January 26, 2021
The registration provides you a link to the live webinar and the taped recording
You will receive links to all three programs, including the recorded webinars
HostEastern New York Commercial Horticulture
email Elizabeth Higgins
"If your business is a body, cash is the oxygen" without a constant influx of cash, no business can stay afloat, no matter how solid its starting idea or willing its market. Does your farm business have enough cash coming in, to pay your bills and cover your daily operating expenses? Can you access affordable cash, through other means to keep the business afloat during those times of the year when you don't have a crop coming in or a product to sell? Join CCE ENYCH Ag Business Educator, Elizabeth Higgins, to learn some tips and strategies for Cash Flow Management and the Annual Operating Cycle.
This program is the third of three Farm Business Management Tuesdays planned for this winter. Join us on January 12th for Assessing and Using Credit in Your Agricultural Business and on January 19th for Knowing Input Costs to Maximize Profits.
If you cannot make the live program, your registration fee also provides you a link to the recorded programs.
This series is supported by ag business management specialists from the following Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell University programs: the Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program, the Central New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops Team, the Eastern NY Commercial Hort Program and NY FarmNet.
Soil Health for Vegetable Growers Workshop
November 1, 2023
Join us for presentations, discussions, and hands-on demonstrations focusing on soil health concepts and best management practices for vegetable growers. Topics include tarping, maintaining soil health in high tunnels, cover cropping, reduced tillage, compost microbiology, and more.
1.75 DEC pesticide recertification credits available in categories 1A, 10, and 23.