21 Results for 'University of Wyoming'

PO – ANNIE’S PROJECT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR FARM AND RANCH WOMEN IN WYOMING


PO – ANNIE’S PROJECT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR FARM AND RANCH WOMEN IN WYOMING


PO – REACHING UNDERSERVED AGRICULTURAL OPERATORS IN AMERICA’S WEST THROUGH A CONFERENCE SERIES

Abstract Blockchain is emerging as a new tool agricultural producers, supply chain managers, food suppliers, and retailers may use to coordinate supply networks, facilitate financing, and provide customers with product information. Blockchain provides a decentralized, immutable, and secure verification system ...Read More

NPR – FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES: BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS IN THE WYOMING FOOD SYSTEM

Abstract United States farm policy enacted since 1996 has created a need for agricultural producers to better understand and manage risk. However, risk is a difficult concept to address because the ideas are challenging and the breadth of solutions is ...Read More

PR – ENTERPRISE RISK ANALYSIS

Keywords: Management Transition; Succession Planning; Best Transition Practices; Family Farm Succession

PO – AG LEGACY

Keywords: community supported agriculture; CSA; value added; diversification

PO – CONSIDERATIONS WHEN ADDING A COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) VENTURE

Abstract: Women are an increasingly visible portion of farmers in the United States, rising to about 14 percent of principal farm operators. The Annie’s Project educational program is dedicated to strengthening women's roles in the modern agricultural enterprise. It is ...Read More

NPR – FARM MANAGEMENT EDUCATION FOR WOMEN: THE ANNIE’S PROJECT PROGRAM

Abstract: United States farm policy enacted since 1996 has created a need for agricultural producers to better understand and manage risk. However, risk is a difficult concept to address because the ideas are challenging and the breadth of solutions is ...Read More

PR – RISK SCENARIO PLANNING

Abstract: The number one goal of most rural family business owners is to transition their business to other family members—the next generation. While many programs have been developed to help families transfer ownership to the next generation, few resources are ...Read More

PR – MANAGEMENT SUCCESSION IN AGRICULTURE:

Abstract: Suicides by male farmers and ranchers—precipitated by depression and stressful life events—are the highest of any industry. Farming and ranching is characterized by high stress. Financial pressure, livestock disease outbreak, government and environmental pressure, drought, and family crisis can ...Read More