RED DEER, AB, Jan. 20 /CNW/ - The Future of the Farm & Food Business in Alberta is a day conference, February 17, Red Deer. It brings together those
with a stake in agriculture for education, information and networking.
The speakers will present on timely topics: food processing,
competitive challenges facing agribusiness, the outlook for crop and
commodity-based farming, a perspective on local food production and
food security, a look at a successful family business transition and
then, from a farm perspective, the value of investing in education and
how to make value-added farm businesses profitable. The last
presentation looks at the history, faith and culture of the Hutterites.
This 6th annual provincial conference hosted by the Canadian Association of Farm
Advisors (CAFA) Inc. grows each year as the speakers, topics and
networking opportunities are exceptional and good value.
CAFA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to assisting farm
families and businesses by increasing the skills and knowledge of farm
advisors and consultants from different professional backgrounds.
Chapters across Canada meet on a regular basis to learn more about
programs, policies and trends and issues in the ag industry. Regular
meetings and annual provincial conferences also encourage the building
networks of like-minded professionals which fosters the development of
referrals and advisory boards.
Cultivating Business, CAFA's annual publication, is now available. With articles on farm
planning along with a complete listing of Certified Agricultural Farm Advisors across Canada - it is an excellent resource for farms, farm businesses,
agri-business and farm organizations.
CAFA is Canada's only national network of certified farm advisors.
SOURCE Canadian Association of Farm Advisors
For further information:
To Order a FREE pdf copy of Cultivating Business contact CAFA (email@example.com or 1-877-474-2871) or download it off their website at www.cafanet.com.