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Marketing Plan. Why do it? Provide discipline!! Requirements Business risk analysis Production schedule Cash flow needs Price /basis forecasts. Marketing Plan. How to do it? Establish clear objectives Develop a checklist of: marketing / purchasing alternatives to consider

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marketing plan
Marketing Plan
  • Why do it?
      • Provide discipline!!
  • Requirements
      • Business risk analysis
      • Production schedule
      • Cash flow needs
      • Price /basis forecasts
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Marketing Plan
  • How to do it?
      • Establish clear objectives
      • Develop a checklist of:
      • marketing / purchasing alternatives to consider
      • key market developments to monitor, and when
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Marketing Plan
  • From the requirements listed, determine pricing targets, operating procedure, and schedule for revising/updating targets.
  • Afterwards, evaluate how well the plan worked and what should be changed.
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Marketing Plans
  • Should be set up before first opportunity becomes available for your enterprise
      • 5-7 year contracts
      • when appropriate futures/options begin trading
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Marketing Plans
  • Should drive production decisions
      • Diversification to reduce some risks, or enterprise specialization for other goals
      • Comparative returns for corn/soybeans should influence production choices
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Marketing Plans
  • Consider probability and size of price change after you take your position
      • Margin calls or lost opportunities
      • How would that affect you?
      • What you would gain from improved or assured results?
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Marketing Plans
  • Consider other factors:
      • Production risk?
      • Cost of production?
      • Lenders requirements?
      • Financial leverage/viability?
      • Your ability and knowledge in dealing with market risks?
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Marketing Plans
  • Should be based on what you want to achieve, what you want to avoid
      • Financial targets
      • Financial ability to withstand possible adversities
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Marketing Plans
  • Should be based on realistic evaluation of possible and probable market prices
  • Must determine in advance acceptable levels of target prices and associated size of position, so you will act when the opportunity arises
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Marketing Plans
  • Must periodically reconsider as market realities and price probabilities change
      • Schedule important times to reevaluate plans based on your situation, commodity market task factors
      • Plan in advance action plans
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Marketing Plans
  • Requires careful monitoring of relevant market opportunities and price probabilities
      • Fundamental factors
      • Technical analysis for turnaround warnings, when to take positions
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Marketing Plans
  • Try to anticipate possible market developments
      • When something has happened, often too late to do something about it.
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Marketing Plans
  • When quantity risk declines, take bigger positions at attractive prices
  • When risk of adverse consequences declines, take bigger positions
  • When price outlook is not clear, but attractive levels, use scale up programs to avoid missing out completely
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Marketing Plans
  • Don’t kick yourself for taking attractive profits, even if you don’t top the market
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Marketing Plans
  • After you have completed your marketing:
      • How do the actual returns compare with your objectives?
      • Analyze how you can improve the process next year.
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Marketing Plans
  • If you don’t have the ability or personality for marketing decisions under pressure, hire someone who does!
  • What is your competitive/comparative advantage?
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