We are excited to invite you to register for NextFarm®, a business development program focused on agricultural innovation.
The NextFarm® Learning Days is a series of entrepreneur workshops involving a cohort-based process that leverages the advantages of learning in a group setting. The program is geared to any company needing to expand the customer testing phase of business development, not just those who are ag related.
The program includes, but is not limited to, entrepreneurs commercializing a wide range of agriculture-related technologies, including biobased products, food processing and safety, precision agriculture and software, smart phone/tablet apps, livestock reproduction and nutrition, identity preservation and new crops.
On Thursday, June 15th from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm at UTM Hal Pepper, along with David Bilderback and Adam Hopkins from UT Extension, will present a six-hour workshop designed to help farmers learn to keep financial records for an “example farm.” Participants will use Quicken recordkeeping software to learn about setting up categories and tags, writing checks, recording deposits and creating reports. The workshop is designed for producers who sell fresh and processed farm products at direct marketing outlets such as farmers markets, on-farm stands, pick-your-own and agritourism operations.
Watch a short video about the NextFarm Workshop series