We’re not n this to sell our services, but to make farmers succeed. We are farmers, artisans, and business owners who understand what it’s like to grow crops and raise animals, manage and lead a team, all while marketing and selling a product. That’s why we tell you what it’s going to take to excel and thrive in your agricultural business.
Keeping your business running is both a science and an art form. It starts with people – whether it’s an outside vendor, local employee, or head of a department – everyone must be in alignment with the company’s goals. We’re continually looking at new ways to help you deliver more value to your customers today, tomorrow and 20 years from now.
Onsite and Virtual Project Management
Do you need someone to manage a project or particular building on your farm? Are you setting everything up and want the oversight of an experienced professional? Our trained professionals can help lower your stress and make sure it’s done right by managing the implementation and training you and your team in best practices and streamlined processes. We want to grow with you as your business matures, always being there for you in whatever capacity you need. We desire farmer independence and want to work ourselves out of a job.
Employee Vetting and Training – Leveraging the Multiplier Effect
A common refrain I hear from farmers is “Managing people is so much work; I wish I could farm alone.” Hiring and managing employees is one of the greatest challenges of any farm. But in order for your business to grow, you need to leverage the abilities of others. How do you implement strategies that reduce stress and make sure that your employees are being effective?
Are you an investor or non-profit and wanting to start a farm or expand your operation? Do you need to scale and are hesitant to hire middle management? Or are you looking to hire your first employee and don’t know where to start?
We can vet employees, help you set up training and systems so your new employees succeed, or walk you through what needs to be done to hire your first employee. Adding employees to your farm is what helps you scale and multiply your effort on your business.