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Business planning for your farm project is just so important. It costs hundreds of hours and much expense to create a comprehensive planning tool that is capable of delivering meaningful numbers. There are many other integrated pages to this budgeting tool. An absolute must in creating a quality business plan. Here is a screen shot of part of a very comprehensive budgeting tool that has a total of 16 integrated pages allowing for the planning of every possible variation to your proposed farm. The tool comes with hypothetical numbers inserted, working formulas ready for you to go through and work the variations for your farm project. Find out if it is really going to work for you before you shell out tens of thousands on equipment and labour . . .
There’s been a lot of interest about commercial aquaponics recently and some discussion about how big should such a system be to become viable? Big is always best right? Not necessarily. If you envisage one of those broad acre hydroponic farms that seems to run for acres and acres off into the distance then you might be surprised that this is not the solution or even the future of aquaponics. Gina Cavalieros Aquaponics Farm. Speaking with Murray Hallam recently about commercial aquaponics, he sees this future very differently. Murray is big on small scale aquaponics that offers a secure future to the mum and dad operators running their own relaxed lifestyle but selling their produce not to big agri-business food chains, but directly int . . .
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Business planning for your farm project is just so important. It costs hundreds of hours and much ex . . .
Posted By Murray Hallam on Tuesday 22nd September 2015
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There’s been a lot of interest about commercial aquaponics recently and some discussion about how . . .
Posted By Murray Hallam on Monday 12th December 2011
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