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    • An economic analysis of Georgia's black belt counties 

      Doherty, Brigid A.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-04-11)
      As with many states, Georgia has historically had areas of high poverty among its counties. In Georgia, and in the Southeast, counties with high poverty levels have been labeled “black belt” counties. This paper dissects ...
    • How to create a successful food editor media release 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Thomas, William A.; Torrance, Reid (University of Georgia, 2002-06)
      This study examines the importance and relatively inexpensive methods of marketing food products by utilizing the services of print media food editors. To take advantage of this promotional opportunity, it is important to ...
    • How to more effectively promote fresh produce in Georgia and nationally 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Costa, Ecio; Torrance, Reid; Thomas, William A. (University of Georgia, 2002-06)
      The Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) wanted to help Georgia’s commodity groups more effectively market fresh produce to Georgia’s shoppers. The CAED determined that interviewing supermarket produce ...
    • Getting started on the World Wide Web: how to register, create and market a website 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2002-07)
      The Following document provides a general information about the Internet and how to register and create a web page or web site.
    • Select your business structure 

      Thomas, William A. (University of Georgia, 2002-07)
      Business may be conducted through a variety of organizational structures; an attorney, accountant, financial advisor, tax advisor, or banker may help you decide which form would be most suitable. One primary consideration ...
    • Closing the economic gap between Southern Persistently Poor Counties and non-Southern Persistently Poor Counties and Appalachian Regional Commission counties 

      Tuck, Brigid; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2002-08-29)
      An analysis conducted by the University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development has explored the economic differences between counties classified as Southern Persistently Poor Counties (SPPC), Appalachian ...
    • Road side stand marketing of fruits and vegetables 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Holland, Rob; Aaron, Jeff (University of Georgia, 2002-09)
      Producers are looking for alternative ways to market their produce to increase farm income. Marketing directly to consumers through a roadside stand provides the opportunity to increase farm income and offers consumers ...
    • Food and beverage sales tax regulations 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-01)
    • An economic impact analysis of a new peanut-shelling facility in the Donalsonville Georgia area 

      McKissick, John C.; Waters, D. Davis (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      American Peanut Growers Group LLC (APGG) requested the University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) explore the economic impact of building and operating a new peanut shelling operation in ...
    • Simple marketing check list 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      A marketing check list provides a simple means of tracking an agribusiness’s marketing activities and establishing goals. The check list should be used to record which marketing activities the business intends to pursue ...
    • The economic impact of equipment dealers in Georgia 

      McKissick, John C.; Waters, D. Davis (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      The University of Georgia’s Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development was requested by the Southeastern Equipment Dealers Association to study the local and state economic impact of equipment dealers. These types ...
    • Understanding and obtaining a Universal Product Code 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
    • Wholesaler and distributor preliminary outlook for fruit and vegetables produced in Georgia 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Fonsah, Greg E.; Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      Georgia is the fourth largest producer of fresh market vegetables in the country. It is third in harvested acreage and fifth in value (USDA 2002). Georgia produces 33 different vegetable crops and fruit crops (Doherty et. ...
    • Quitman County nursery preliminary market analysis 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      The Quitman County Extension Service requested the Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) to conduct a preliminary market analysis to investigate the market potential for a tree nursery.
    • Business skills and knowledge evaluation 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-02)
      Adding value to agricultural commodities often requires significantly different business skills and information than an entrepreneur may posses. Adding value through packaging, processing, and marketing may require adherence ...
    • Snail market analysis 

      Wolfe, Kent L.; Ferland, Christopher (University of Georgia, 2003-04)
      The Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development (CAED) was contacted by Morgan Williams of Jasper County to investigate the market for live snails. Mr. Williams is interested in breeding and producing live snails for ...
    • Passport to Georgia 

      Boatright, Susan R. (University of Georgia, 2003-04)
    • Marketing handbook 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-05)
    • Economic status and benefits of the Georgia forestry and biomass industries 

      Waters, D. Davis; Wolfe, Kent L.; McKissick, John C. (University of Georgia, 2003-05)
      In Georgia, forestry is a large, complex and multi-faceted economic engine, which contributes to the state economy on several significant and quantifiable levels. The purpose of this analysis is threefold. Firstly, though ...
    • Understanding and targeting school groups for agritainment enterprises: Georgia elementary schoolteacher survey results 

      Wolfe, Kent L. (University of Georgia, 2003-06)
      Declining or stagnating commodity prices have forced farmers to look for creative and innovative means of generating additional on-farm revenue to supplement earnings from more traditional agricultural operations. Many ...