Tag: farmer

Power of Management

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A couple of weeks ago, I received a nice note from an alumnus of the Ranching for Profit School. He tracks his net worth annually by looking at his balance sheet and has been doing this for some time. You need to be careful when looking at net worth from the balance sheet in isolation, […]

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RFP Successes

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The Ranching for Profit School is sometimes called the “MBA of Ranching” or referred to as “better than college.” The RFP School has an amazing curriculum that can have enormous impacts on the alumni and their ranches, but I don’t like those comparisons. Here’s why: you will hear and interpret things differently in each stage […]

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Dangers of Free Time

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Free time is dangerous to those who have been raised to believe that one must always be physically busy in the ranch.   A business in our Executive Link (EL) program recently eliminated a major enterprise that wasn’t working economically and hadn’t been for some time. They were able to make this brave decision, with the […]

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Learners With Top 10 Qualities

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We have just finished a spectacular collection of Ranching for Profit Schools. Since this past December we have conducted 7 RFP schools that each had an average attendance of 50 amazing participants. Hands down the quality of the participants makes for a good school. We are so fortunate to work with outstanding participants that I […]

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Can Small Scale Operations be Profitable?

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I often hear from people operating on a smaller scale that their limitations of size make it impossible for them to be profitable. “I only run 12 cows and operate on 30 acres. I can’t possibly be profitable!” The limitations to profitability are usually self-induced. When we look inside this operation what we will likely […]

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Adding a New Enterprise

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We are in the final days of our 2021 winter Executive Link meetings where Ranching for Profit alumni form peer advisory boards and look into each other’s businesses for strategic level advice. One issue that frequently comes up is the evaluation of adding a new enterprise to the operation. The operator is often excited about […]

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