Small Farm College

Small Farm CollegeJanuary-March, Ohio
Ohio State University (OSU) Extension is offering a nine-week short course on starting and managing a small farm, including business planning, production options and marketing of products.
Featured topics will include goal setting, resource inventory, business planning, identifying sources for financial assistance, natural resource management, legal issues, recordkeeping, crop and animal production options, and marketing alternatives.
The course will be offered one night per week, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at three separate locations. Courses will be offered Jan. 16-March 13 at the Ross County Extension office in Chillicothe; Jan. 18-March 15 at the Der Dutchman restaurant in Waynesville; and Jan. 19-March 16 at Morgan Local High School in McConnelsville. A field day highlighting successful small farms is scheduled for March 11.
The course costs $150 per person and $50 for each additional family member. The fee includes a Small Farm College notebook of coursework materials.
For more information or a registration form, contact the Clinton County Extension office at (937) 382-0901.

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