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About the Agribusiness Extension Program Team
Agribusiness agents provide expertise in farm risk management, marketing, ag policy, local food systems development, small business planning and agritourism. Agents engage with individuals and groups including commercial growers, beginning and small farmers, agribusinesses, lenders, and ag professionals on improving profitability and sustainability. The Agribusiness team collaborates with other program teams in delivering education programs, information and tools for decision-making such as enterprise budgets, farm analysis, market outlook, farmers market support, agritourism development, new and beginning farmer program, and the Women in Ag Network.
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Agribusiness Program Team News
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The Clemson Extension Agribusiness Team will give the current situation in agriculture and the outlook for 2019, identifying opportunities and threats for financial success of SC producers. Discussions will include corn, cotton, peanuts, soybeans, wheat, livestock, poultry and timber. Special topics include a look at alternative markets related to bees, goats and industrial hemp.
Join us in West Columbia on November 15, 2018 for a day of networking and getting a jump start on 2019 planning.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM