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Defining your geographic market area is the first step in answering the question of who your customer will be. Next, you need to know your production costs. If you don’t know how much it costs you, how will you know how to set the prices for your product and if you are making a profit? Let’s take the first steps in how to understand what macro environment you will be marketing in.

Join N.C. Cooperative Extension, and NC Choices on October 6, 2021, at noon for a virtual webinar that will discuss how to determine your market:

  • Who are your customers?
  • Where do they live?
  • How much market share can you obtain?

This workshop will be taught by Derek Washburn, NC Farm School, and NC State University Agriculture and Resource Economics and will focus on livestock, but will be applicable to other farm markets as well.

REGISTER at least one hour before the workshop at https://go.ncsu.edu/livestockmarketing to receive with workshop link.