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Developing Business Plans for Ag Producers

Texas Cooperative Extension


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Role of the Business Plan

  • Learning experience for producer

  • All pertinent information in one location

    • Historical financial information

    • Resource inventory

    • SWOT analysis


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The Curriculum

  • Is there a need for a business planning curriculum in agriculture?

    • Tomorrow’s Top Ag Producer ($1,000 reg fee)

    • Changed definition of Business Plan to Management Plan


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The Curriculum

The Purpose:

… to provide Extension faculty and staff and paraprofessionals with lesson plans designed to develop business plans for their agricultural producers.


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The CurriculumWho’s Involved?

  • Texas Cooperative Extension (authors)

    • Stan Bevers

    • Dr. Blake Bennett

    • Dr. Jason Johnson

    • Wade Polk

    • Bill Thompson

    • Brenda Duckworth

  • SRRMEC (funding)


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The Curriculum

Each topic/section includes:

  • Publication

  • Worksheets

  • Case Study- TTAP Enterprises


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The Curriculum

  • Executive Summary

  • Business Organization

  • Business History

  • Mission Statement

  • Resource Inventory

  • SWOT Analysis


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The Curriculum

  • Legal and Liability Issues

  • Setting Goals

  • Production Plan

  • Financial Plan

  • Marketing Plan

  • Completed Business Plan for Case Study


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“Business Plan” becomes…

Management Plan


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The Curriculum

  • Detailed

  • Complete

  • Includes both financial and production

  • Plan to identify and promote strengths and opportunities

  • Plan to identify and compensate for weaknesses and threats


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The Curriculum

Lesson 6…

S.W.O.T. Analysis


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S.W.O.T.

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats


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S.W.O.T.

For each weakness or threat, there should be an off-setting strength or opportunity to compensate.


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Strengths

  • Internal element

  • Low-cost producer

    • Financial Plan

  • Competent and reliable employees

    • Resource inventory

  • Marketing niche

    • Marketing plan

  • Expertise in production (A.I.)

    • Production plan & resource inventory (skills)


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Weaknesses

  • Internal element

  • Highly leveraged

    • Financial plan

  • Poor brush control, underutilized grassland

    • Resource inventory

  • Not utilizing futures market

    • Marketing plan

  • Inadequate facilities or machinery

    • Resource inventory


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Opportunities

  • External element

  • Are there new technologies that would lower costs?

  • Will diversification of enterprises increase profit?

  • Can my operation command a competitive edge?


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Threats

  • External element

  • Ethanol explosion to a cattle feeder

  • Drought causing water shortage

  • What’s happening in the market that might effect your enterprises?

  • Are there siblings fighting over family land?


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The Curriculum

  • Publication

  • Worksheets

  • Case Study


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TTAP EnterprisesS.W.O.T.

See handout for SWOT Analysis on TTAP Enterprises.


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Implementation of Curriculum

  • TTAP I

    • Four week-long sessions, November and January

    • Time spent on each section

    • Each session includes a study hall, panel discussion, social event, & homework

    • Extension personnel and experts in each field head the discussions


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TTAP AgendaSession I

  • Lesson 2- Business Organization

    • Organizational Structure (Stan Bevers)

    • Business Structure (Bill Thompson)

  • Lesson 3- Business History

    • Stan Bevers

  • Lesson 4- Mission Statement

    • Greg Clary

  • Lesson 5- Resource Inventory

    • Jason Johnson


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TTAP AgendaSession I

  • Lesson 6- SWOT

    • Blake Bennett

  • Lesson 8- Setting Goals

    • Goals & Objectives (Jason Johnson)

  • Lesson 10- Financial Plan

    • Introduction to Financial Statements (Brenda Duckworth)

    • Management Accounting (Brenda Duckworth)

  • Lesson 11- Marketing Plan

    • Sources of Risk (Wade Polk)


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TTAP AgendaSession II

  • Lesson 5- Resource Inventory

    • Personality Tests (Don Tyler)

    • Family Issues (Don Tyler)

    • Personnel Management (Don Tyler)

  • Lesson 9- Production Plan

    • Wade Polk


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TTAP AgendaSession II

  • Lesson 10- Financial Plan

    • Advanced Management Accounting (Brenda Duckworth)

    • Financial Plan (Stan Bevers)

    • FARM Assistance (Wade Polk)

    • Family Financial Plan (Jason Johnson)


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TTAP AgendaSession III

  • Lesson 7- Legal & Liability Issues

    • Contracts (Wayne Hayenga)

    • Crop Insurance & LRP (Ken Stokes)

    • TRAMM (Ins. Game) (Stan Bevers)


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TTAP AgendaSession III

  • Lesson 11- Marketing Plan

    • Requirements for an Effective Market (Stan Bevers)

    • Strategic vs. Tactical Plans (Stan Bevers)

    • Agricultural Policy (Joe Outlaw)

    • Concurrent Marketing Sessions

      • Livestock- David Anderson

      • Grains- Mark Waller

    • Introduction to Futures & Options (Mark Waller)


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TTAP AgendaSession IV

  • Lesson 1- Executive Summary

    • Stan Bevers

  • Lesson 7- Legal & Liability Issues

    • Legal & Liability (Judon Fambrough)

    • Intergenerational Transfer (Wayne Hayenga)


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TTAP AgendaSession IV

  • Role of Participant to Mentors (Jason Johnson)

  • Mentor Training (Jason Johnson)

  • Presentation of Business Plans to Mentors


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TTAP AgendaSession IV

and finally…


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TTAP AgendaSession IV

Graduation!!

(whew….)


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Implementation of Curriculum

  • Each section relies on information from other sections

    • Resource inventory includes fixed (depreciable) assets

  • Sections should reconcile

    • Resource inventory & depreciation schedule


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Implementation of Curriculum

  • When completed, producer has a

    Management Plan of Continuation

  • Process is as important as end product!


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Implementation of Curriculum

  • Goals are determined according to information gathered in process

  • Goals must be revisited each year

    • Were they attained? If not, why? If so, set them higher.


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Availability

  • Texas Cooperative Extension Personnel (handout)

  • Website

    • http://agrisk.tamu.edu


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