Writing a business plan for blueberry farm? Blueberries are a favorite fruit of U.S. consumers from coast to coast, and they typically offer producers a strong profit margin when the right distributions channels are in place and the retail prices are supportable. The business plan for a blueberry farm should contextualize the market opportunity and speak to your expertise with the farming procedures required. What skills do you have with agriculture or fruit production that make you a good fit or provide an assurance that the farm can be profitable? Do you have farm hands and pickers and the other personnel you will need lined up to work for the business? A three-year personnel plan should outline this is the plan. Other considerations:
• If you will need to do any marketing, what methods will work?
• Are you in direct competition with other farms in the area?
• Can you define the "market need" in a way that will pass muster for the SBA?
• How much funding do you need to get going and when can you pay off the loan or LOC?
The blueberry farm business plan does not need to be an overly complicated document but you need to show that you know how to generate a profit and have a decent chance of success within 2-3 years. If subsidies or other considerations play to your favor, bring them into plan in the business plan to help your argument. Need assistance with the plan? Call MasterPlans for a free quote and consultation. We have worked on a wide variety of farming plans and can develop an expert business plan for you. Call 877-453-2011 today!
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