New Year's Resolutions for a Successful Farm in 2010

by Administrator December 28, 2009

Dean Heffta (Custom) Have you thought about what to resolve for 2010?  How about making your resolutions something that can improve your farming business?  This week Dean Heffta talks with KRVN's Ken Rahjes about a couple of resolutions that might work well for you.  1)  Controlling What You Can Control  2)  Starting with Succession Planning.  New Years Resolutions - Heffta AUDIO

For the text of the interview, click here: New Years Resolutions for a Successful Farm in 2010

Laws of Leadership Can Help on the Farm

by Administrator December 21, 2009

Jason Ladman (Custom) You may not think about business books helping you to build your farming operation, but there's really no reason that the same principles wouldn't apply.  This week Jason Ladman talks with KRVN's Ken Rahjes about a business book that he's recently finished, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, by John C. Maxwell.  Many of the lessons can make you think about how you're going about your business, and some things you might change about your day to day activities.  Laws of Leadership on the Farm - Ladman AUDIO

For the text of the interview, click here: Laws of Leadership Can Help on the Farm

Having a Plan Allows a Grower to Take Advantage of Opportunities

by Kim Lang December 7, 2009

IMG_5582 (WinCE) Even in the current grim economy, a good plan can lead to commodity marketing success, according to Darren Frye.  He talked with Brownfield's Tom Steever about the economy and the opportunities that still exist.  Listen to Tom's report here.

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