The piggery business plan describes the services, products, revenues, and expenses of a small pig farm and shows how much profit can be made with this sort of venture over a period of three years. Raising pigs is traditionally done for the eventual sale either of whole hogs or, if you process on-site, bacon strips, ham steaks, ham hocks, and other meat from the animal. For your business plan, show whether you process on site or whether you sell the animals to a middleman. If you have existing relationships with companies that buy your hogs, name them and examine the volume of past sales. Other considerations:
• If you have been in business already for 3 years, show your past performance with P&L and balance sheet data
• Who are your piggery competitors?
• How will you market the hogs, if you need to advertise in new channels?
• How much capital are you seeking with the plan?
Your financial model also needs to highlight the point at which your company can break even on the new loan and show the timeline for bringing on hands, introducing new marketing or products, etc. Three years of projections will suffice for the SBA and most bank loans. MasterPlans has worked on a wide range of agricultural and farming business plan documents and we would be a great resource for yours. Call our consultants today for a free consultation and price quote. 877-453-2011
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