Resources for Marketing & Risk Mgmt.
|Smart Pricing Strategies||Jul 23, 2009||2906-1324|
|Displaying in a Farm Market||Jul 24, 2009||2906-1333|
|U-Picks and Good Ag Practices||Jul 28, 2009||2906-1348|
|Produce Auctions Expand Marketing Options||Aug 4, 2009||2906-1366|
|Marketing Cull Cows in Virginia||Oct 20, 2009||400-761|
|A Characterization of Direct-Market Beef Processing and Marketing in Virginia||
Beef is Virginia’s second most important agricultural industry, with 20,000 beef farms generating more than $400 million in cash receipts
|May 11, 2009||448-123|
|A Characterization of Direct-Marketed Beef Production in Virginia||Jul 15, 2009||448-124|
|An Inventory of Beef Slaughter & Processing Facilities for Virginia Direct Marketers of Beef||May 26, 2009||448-195|
|Preparing for an Agritourism Event: A Checklist||May 1, 2009||448-501|
|Using the Internet for Direct Marketing||May 1, 2009||448-505|
|Supermarkets as Alternative Market Outlets for Virginia-Grown Berries||Jan 18, 2010||448-508|
|Organic Feed-grain Markets: Considerations for Potential Virginia Producers||
This publication is intended to help producers make informed decisions on whether to enter organic feed-grain markets by giving an overview of the market for organically produced feed grains, and issues for producers to contemplate as they consider entering the market.
|May 1, 2009||448-520|
|Grain and Soybean Production and Storage in Virginia: A Summary and Spatial Examination||
Grain and soybean production is a critical component of Virginia agriculture — the state’s No. 1 industry (VDACS 2013). Virginia’s farmers produced more than half a billion bushels of grain and soybeans over the span of 2006 to 2012 (USDA-NASS 2013b)1. The objectives of this publication are to characterize the market for grain production and storage in Virginia.
|Mar 25, 2014||AAEC-60P|
|A Geographic Analysis of Agritourism in Virginia||
Agriculture is the largest industry in Virginia, with an economic impact of about $52 billion, and it provides over 357,000 jobs to Virginia’s residents (VDACS 2013). In addition, those value-added industries that depend on the farm products employ an additional 76,000 individuals, which generates another $34.6 billion in value-added revenue (VDACS 2013a). Despite the impact that the agriculture industry has on Virginia’s economy, there are several issues of concern.
|May 2, 2014||AAEC-62P|
|AgCache: An Innovative Marketing Tool for your Agribusiness||
This fact sheet is a product of the 2014 Spring Kohl Centre Experience. To find out more about this project team and related information, please go to the Kohl Centre at Virginia Tech’s website: www.kohlcentre.aaec.vt.edu.
|Jun 6, 2014||AAEC-72NP|
|An Overview of Virginia Agritourism: Results From the 2013 Profitability Survey||
Over the past decade, agritourism became a significant sector within Virginia agriculture, and there have been an increasing number of research studies in this area. Nevertheless, most literature has focused more on the motivating factors in starting an agritourism operation and less on the financial aspects. This study discusses the findings of a recent statewide survey of Virginia agritourism operators and evaluates the current status of the Virginia agritourism industry and its overall profitability.
|Mar 11, 2015||AAEC-77P|
|Using Market Maker to Connect Virginia Meat Producers and Processors||
This fact sheet is a product of the 2014 Fall Kohl Centre Experience. To find out more about this project team and related information, please go to the Kohl Centre at Virginia Tech’s website: www.kohlcentre.aaec.vt.edu.
|Jun 6, 2014||AAEC-86NP|
|2014 NASS Cropland and Pastureland Rental Rates||
This winter USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service (NASS) released cash rental rates for irrigated and non-irrigated cropland and pastureland for Virginia counties and cities.
|May 4, 2015||AAEC-91NP|
|Managing Climate Risks and Extreme Weather in Agriculture||Jun 14, 2018||BSE-226P|
|Managing Liability||May 31, 2018||CV-25P|
|New River Valley Agriculture & Agritourism Strategic Plan||
For Giles, Montgomery, Pulaski, and Floyd Counties, agritourism and agribusiness are vehicles for increasing community wealth, providing a broader market base for locally produced products, and diversifying the mix of products and services available to visitors. The purpose of the New River Valley Agriculture and Agritourism Strategic Plan is two-fold: 1) gain a better understanding of what the current agriculture assets are in the community; and 2) develop a plan of work that will support and enhance agriculture and agritourism in the region.
|Mar 24, 2016||CV-67NP|
|Author Checklist||May 26, 2016||VCE-733NP|