Agricultural Business Foundations (ABF) introduces students to business management in agriculture. Mathematics, reading and writing components are woven in the context of agriculture and students will use the introductory skills and knowledge developed in this course throughout subsequent CASE courses. Throughout the course are practical and engaging activities, projects and problems to develop and improve business and employability skills. Additionally, students investigate and develop viable business plans in order to solve local problems. The business plan ideas are communicated to student peers and members of the professional community. The Agricultural Business Foundations course includes: starting a
business, financial documents, risk management, writing a business plan. Each student will be expected to have a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program.

DeWitt Central FFA

Agricultural Business

Est. 1937