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Table Of Contents
Unit I: Introduction to Agribusiness Chapter 1: Agriculture and Agribusiness Chapter 2: Agricultural Economics and the American Economy Chapter 3: The Size and Importance of Agribusiness Chapter 4: Emerging Agribusiness Technologies Unit II: Starting and Running an Agribusiness Chapter 5: Planning and Organizing an Agribusiness Chapter 6: Types of Agribusiness Chapter 7: Personal Financial Management Chapter 8: Agribusiness Record Keeping and Accounting Chapter 9: Human Resource Management Chapter 10: Farm Management Unit III: The Agribusiness Input Sector Chapter 11: The Agribusiness Input Sector Chapter 12: Agricultural Policy Chapter 13: Agribusiness Input Services: Credit Unit IV: The Agribusiness Output (Marketing) Sector Chapter 14: Basic Principles of Agrimarketing Chapter 15: Commodity (Futures) Marketing Chapter 16: International Agriculture Marketing Chapter 17: Agrimarketing Channels Unit V: Agricultural Economics Chapter 18: Production Economics Chapter 19: Economic Activity and Analysis Appendix Glossary Index
Kristina G. Ricketts was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. Upon graduating from high school, she pursued and graduated with a degree in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. Continuing in the academic line, she moved to Gainesville, Florida and received a Master's degree in 2003, and a Ph.D. in 2005- both from the University of Florida, within the field of agricultural leadership, collaborative leadership and youth leadership development. She is presently an Assistant Professor within the Department of Agricultural Extension Education at the University of Kentucky. Cliff Ricketts holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education and a Masters of Education (Administration and Supervision) from the University of Tennessee. He received his PhD in Agricultural and Teacher Education from Ohio State University. The winner of several prestigious awards (including AGR Agricultural Teacher of the Year and FFA Blue & Gold Award), Dr. Ricketts has taught a wide variety of Agricultural Education and Teaching Methods courses over his fifteen-year career. He is currently a Professor of Agricultural Education in the Department of Agribusiness and Agriscience at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.