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January 19, 2014

Farm program Annie’s Project to be offered in Brazil

The 2014 session of Annie’s Project — a program developed to empower farm women to be better business partners — is scheduled each Monday night from Feb. 3 through March 10 in Brazil.

The purpose of the program is to help agricultural women gain the understanding and knowledge necessary to be active and involved farm partners. In addition, Annie’s Project will help women find new ways to balance demands of family, community and professionalism within the agricultural community. Sessions will combine lecture, discussion, individual and small group activities and computer training.

Specific topics include: Real Colors (personality profiles), Managing Risk, Analyzing the Business, Marketing Grain & Livestock, Recordkeeping and Communicating Goals.

Classes will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. in the Clay County Extension office at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds in Brazil. The program runs for six consecutive weeks. Registration is limited so individuals are encouraged to register early.

Registration for the course is $75 and includes books, refreshments and materials. For more details and registration information, visit www.agriculture.purdue.edu/wia/anniesproject.ht

m or contact Jenna Smith at the Clay County Extension office at 812-448-9041. Full payment must accompany registration applications.

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