Marketing for the Small Farm

Course Section ID:
AGMG-1071-200

Course Description

This course will introduce concepts that will help you develop a marketing plan for your dream or actual farming enterprise. Marketing, as it applies to agricultural products - specialty crops, commodities, meat, dairy and value added - will be taught through case studies, guest speakers, peer discussion, recommended readings and field trips. In addition to creating a marketing plan, students will learn about evolving regulatory issues as well as requirements in labeling and in organic, and other, certifications.

For questions regarding this course, please contact Evelyn Rosas.

Meet The Instructor

Ellen H. Beaman

Ellen began her agricultural career on an organic vegetable farm in Buda, TX in 2001, which inspired her to pursue an education in ag. She received her BS in Agronomy from Texas Tech University and has continued to manage and consult organic farms in Central Texas. When she's› not farming, Ellen enjoys two-stepping, reading Tolkien, and harassing her cat, Felix.

Course Information

January 29th - March 7th
6 Weeks Total
MW @ 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
48.00 Total Hours
Course Instructor
4 Students Registered
6 Seats Available

Course Registration

Course Cost Breakdown:
Base Cost of $396.00 + $1.00 Fees
$397.00 Course Cost
*May require a $1 or $3 insurance fee

This course was part of the 2018 Spring Semester and registration is closed. For additional help, please contact the program coordinator.

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Note: additional fees may be applied.

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