The Missouri Farm Business Management Analysis program is part of the adult component of the Agriculture Education program in Missouri. At present, twenty-five active FBMA programs are established in local communities. The programs are administered through the local public school system. Primary goals of the program include assisting producers in developing sound accounting systems and preparing an annual analysis of the farm business that can be used to make profitable changes in the business over time. Benchmarks are discovered through the analysis that are useful in developing appropriate risk management strategies for farms enrolled. Instructors also assist producers in improving production and marketing strategies.
|Conference||2005 National Extension Risk Management Education Conference|