The objectives of agricultural business management are to help farmers, young farmers, agricultural production cooperatives, production and marketing groups, and aboriginal villages improve agricultural production techniques and business management competency.
To facilitate integrated production and marketing, develop the leisure agriculture industrial chain, and form industry clusters, we actively counsel farmers, farmers’ groups, and farmers’ associations on jointly establishing a platform for cooperation in the agricultural industry. To coach and to promote regional agriculture, we develop local production and local consumption and communitysupported agricultural production and marketing models, establish a close relationship between producers and consumers, reduce sales channels, and increase the added values of agricultural products.
To develop the labor force and features of rural villages, as well as to facilitate local production and local consumption, we actively provide training for local housekeeping and extension personnel and rural women, publish promotional manual s and cooking recipes, encourage rural women to research and develop specialty cuisines using local agricultural ingredients and process foods and create handicraft products, and cooperate in the development of agricultural recreation to increase the income of rural households and to promote local agricultural products.
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