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Aronia Berry Growers Planning Session. Heidi Carter, Page County Extension Director Tim Eggers, Iowa State University Extension Field Agricultural Economist. Annie’s Project – Understanding Revenue Policies is based upon work

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aronia berry growers planning session

Aronia Berry Growers Planning Session

Heidi Carter, Page County Extension Director

Tim Eggers, Iowa State University Extension Field Agricultural Economist

Annie’s Project – Understanding Revenue Policies is based upon work

supported by USDA/FCIC Risk Management Agency under accounting number

885310200.

agenda
Agenda

6:00 Purpose of meeting

6:10 Introductions

6:20 Annie’s Project video

6:30 Annie’s Project overview

6:45 Existing risk management materials

7:00 Break

7:10 Adaptation for Aronia Berry growers

Format

Topic mix

Speakers matrix

Dates, time, and location

7:50 Thank you and closing discussion

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The mission of Annie's Project is to empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing

critical information.

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risk management
Risk Management

Production Risk

Price or Market Risk

Financial Risk

Institutional and Legal Risk

Human and Personal Risk

basic ap meeting structure
Basic AP Meeting Structure
  • Six sessions during six weeks
    • Aronia Berry session added?
  • Three hours per session
  • Thursday evenings
  • ½ Computer lab and ½ classroom
  • Female agricultural professionals as presenters
  • Light meals
  • Tim as facilitator and backup instructor
  • January 21-February 25, March 4 snow date
  • Target class size 15, limit of 20
ap level ii meeting structure
AP Level II Meeting Structure
  • Six to nine hours in two or three sessions
    • Marketing, Financial, and Production Risk
  • Computer lab when applicable
  • Female agricultural professionals as presenters if possible
  • Light meals
  • Tim as facilitator and backup instructor
  • Timing – pruning season is late March to early April?
  • April 10 and 17 for Saturday program
  • Target class size 10
time for discussion
Time for Discussion

No more than one half the time in lecture

five major risk areas
Production Risk

Crop Insurance

Livestock Insurance

Hail Insurance

Enterprise Diversification

Price or Market Risk

Marketing Plans

Market Analysis

Cash Marketing

Aronia Berry Spot Market

Elevator Contracts

Aronia Berry Production Contracts

Marketing Access, cooling and hauling Aronia Berries

Five Major Risk Areas
five major risk areas9
Financial Risk

Financial Documentation and Interpretation

Farm Service Agency Documentation and Programs

Enterprise Analysis

Aronia Berry Enterprise Budgets

Business Plans

Institutional and Legal Risk

Estate Planning

Property Titling

Contract Arrangements

Aronia Berry Contracts

Business Structure and Liability Management

Tax Liability Management

Five Major Risk Areas
five major risk areas10
Human and Personal Resource Risk

Communications and Personality Styles

Labor and Personnel Management

Life, Health, and Long-term Care Insurance

Safety and Disability Insurance

Five Major Risk Areas
funding
Funding

Basic Annie’s Project

$231/person cost

  • $3,600 Risk Management Agency
  • $50 per Participant User Fee 25# of Aronia Berries
  • Annie’s Project Level II (estimated)
  • $135/person cost
    • $1,700 Risk Management Agency
    • $50 per Participant User Fee 25# of Aronia Berries
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Production Risk

Understand insurance options and be able to evaluate them for fit to the operation

Price or Market Risk

Examine available markets and price expectations

End of Class Impacts - Basic

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Financial Risk

Increase bargaining power when working with a lender and accuracy in projecting profits

Institutional and Legal Risk

Evaluate estate plan and update if necessary

End of Class Impacts - Basic

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Human and Personal Risk

Increase communication skills when working with professionals to meet individual and farm business goals

End of Class Impacts - Basic

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Production Risk

Evaluate hail insurance or other private insurance for fit to the operation

Price or Market Risk

Sawmill Hollow, Superberry, or Other ?

Delivery options, timing and quantity

End of Class Impacts – Level II

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Financial Risk

Adjust annual enterprise budgets and compare projections to actual profits

? Institutional and Legal Risk

End of Class Impacts – Level II

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? Human and Personal Risk

Increase communication skills when working with professionals, employees, and family members to meet individual and farm business goals

End of Class Impacts – Level II

long term impacts
Long-term Impacts
  • Increased confidence in decision making
  • Become better farm managers and business partners
  • Expand network of peers and professional service providers