Farm business planning is also a process, not an end product.
This example farm plan shows a series of farm maps (with explanations), which will walk you through the electric fence infrastructure, water infrastructure, summer pasture rotation, winter pasture rotation, grass-finishing, pasture calving program, and more.
From these example farm maps you will see how your electric fence grid forms the backbone of your entire operation - how every aspect of your farm management strategy is reflected in where you build your fences and how you plan to use them in your grazing plan.
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A business plan is a decision making tool that takes the form of a formal document.
It states your business goals, why you think you can achieve them, and lays out your plan for doing so.
By the time you finish you will have designed a complete farm plan for your grass-fed beef operation, just like the example farm plan found by following the image link on the right.
Your electric fence grid will merely be the 3-dimensional reflection of every single management decision that you incorporate into your cattle farming plan.
Fence layout reflects every single management decision in your farm plan and locks that management plan into place as you go about the day to day operation of your business.
The more you learn about this robust and versatile tool - the electric fence grid - the more powerful your electric fence design will be when you plan, build, and begin to operate it.