Serving our region's primary business
The Lake Region State College Farm Management program serves about 110 farm families from 10 counties in north central and northeastern North Dakota.
The average farm enrolled in the program had gross cash sales of about $750,000 and farmed approximately 2,500 acres.
The Adult Farm Management program is designed to provide farmers with the opportunity to gather information and develop the skills necessary for the rapidly advancing technology in agricultural production.
Participants may receive individual or group instruction, updates on marketing of crops and livestock, join marketing clubs and attend specialized classes and workshops.
Lake Region State College's Adult Farm Management program offers areas of instruction in farm records, farm analysis and current topics. It allows for a practical study of the farming business for farm families currently engaged in managing their farms or ranches, helps with the application of farm management principles for decision making and also helps participants with issues based on their farm or ranch needs.
Students interested in Adult Farm Management may also be interested in earning a 2 year AAS Degree in Agricultural Farm Business Management with a Specialization in Precision Agriculture.