Consultancy services Sales Forecast While the majority of the public might not be purchasing ostrich meat for now, there certainly are those who knowing the benefits for their health and pocket will continue to buy the meat for their household and even restaurants will always have it on their menu for their customers. Due to this fact, we are well positioned to be the top supplier of ostrich meat, and hide in Anchorage — Alaska, and because of several analysis that has been carried out are quite optimistic that we can recoup our investment in one year of operation. Our bold statement is due to the fact that we hired a business consultant with experience in the livestock business, which carried out several market surveys on our behalf. The survey was carried out based on information gathered from similar start-ups in Alaska especially those close to or around our location.
Contact Us Farming Agriculture in the Delta area began during the Gold Rush period to fulfill a need of food for workmen and hay for horses and other livestock. No other significant agricultural development occurred in the area until the s when several homesteads were established in the Clearwater area.
Through the perseverance of these hard-working people, the viability of agriculture in the Delta-Clearwater region was proven. In the early s, a large scale commercial farming venture was established.
Though beset by a multitude of problems — including limited or non-existent markets for production, difficulties in obtaining needed production sup-plies and the ever-present wildlife depredations.
This farm did demonstrate the potential for local grain and forage production. The original 60,acre demonstration project started in August of Twenty-two parcels, averaging slightly more than 2, acres in size were sold by lottery.
An additional land release of 15 parcels totaling 25, acres took place in early Hayfield on Nistler Road with Mt. Hayes in the background. Photo by Seth Sutherland Along with two large agricultural projects, the Delta area also has many small farms.
In several different land sales, over parcels were sold in the Tanana Loop and Delta-Clearwater areas. These farms ranged from 20 to acres in size.
The infrastructure created to service the larger farms also serves these new farms and several older farms which were homesteaded during the 50s and 60s. Smaller farms contribute to the general economy and are recognized as an important part of the agricultural picture.
Success of the Delta Agricultural Projects has been highly variable. The development of more than 80, acres of agricultural land is an accomplishment in itself.
Bison, elk, European boar and reindeer ranching is currently under serious consideration. The s were plagued with periods of readjustment for national and international agricultural businesses. Declining oil prices have lowered the purchasing power of many nations and significantly reduced markets for American products.
Photo by Don Quarberg Although severely impacted by the current international agricultural situation, Delta area farmers continue to plan for the future expansion of the industry. Opportunities in the production of finished beef, dairy beef and swine are strong possibilities.
Our local dairy processor could expand the available markets if more milk was available. Opportunities do exist for Delta farmers. If Alaska were to produce per cent of the beef, pork and milk currently consumed in the state, it would require full production on more thanacres.
We have ample opportunity for expansion.Beginning Farmers offers information on how to start a farm, planning a new farm, funding resources and finding land to start your farm on. We cover all areas of farming from raising chickens and goats to mushroom production, and urban farms to business farming.
Before starting sheep farming business, make a proper business plan and work according to the plan. Sheep farming business require less labor than any other livestock farming business.
Unemployed educated young can also make a good income and employment . Beginning Farmers offers information on how to start a farm, planning a new farm, funding resources and finding land to start your farm on.
We cover all areas of farming from raising chickens and goats to mushroom production, and urban farms to business farming. Oversight, and has many years farming experience. • Anderson, Timothy. 11/22/08, “Personal Interview,” Rd Albin, WY , Father and Business Partner‐Helping me .
In the early s, a large scale commercial farming venture was established.
Though beset by a multitude of problems – including limited or non-existent markets for production, difficulties in obtaining needed production sup-plies and the ever-present wildlife depredations.
J. Davis Cattle Business Plan Page 2 of 7 May 17, I want to acknowledge some of the team members and advisors in order by the date they got involved. First is my family and Mike Hall and the support they give and the work they do.
Individuals who have worked with us in the past are Matt Owens and Mike Thrasher.