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Agricultural Management مدیریت زراعتی

These materials are designed to assist vocational instructors, professors, and extension workers in planning and implementing agricultural lessons. Unlike other materials on e-Afghan Ag, these materials assume some prior knowledge of agriculture.

Material from the Laboratory of Jerry Peters (Purdue) except where noted.Photo by Ray Clark

 Unit A, Lesson 1: Understanding Agricultural Management

Unit A, Lesson 2: Understanding Record Keeping

Unit B, Lesson 1: Understanding a Field as an Agricultural Production Unit

Unit B, Lesson 2: Relationship Between Time and Money

Unit B, Lesson 5: Understanding Responsibility and Accountability

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Unit C, Lesson 1: Hiring and managing Employees

Unit C, Lesson 2: Inventorying Products and Supplies

Unit C, Lesson 3: Poultry Production and Record Keeping

Unit C, Lesson 4: Sheep Production and Record Keeping

Unit C, Lesson 5: Dairy Cattle and Dairy Goat Production and Record Keeping

Unit C, Lesson 6: Depreciation, Fixed, and Variable Costs

Unit D, Lesson 1: Net Worth, Cash Flow, Income Statements and Computerized Record Keeping

Unit D, Lesson 2: Using Financial Statements in Business Decisions

Unit E, Lesson 1: Personal Finances and Goals

Unit E, Lesson 2: Budgets and Financial Analysis Ratios

Unit F, Lesson 1: Understanding the Concept of Borrowing Money

Unit F, Lesson 2: Determining Sources of Credit

Unit G, Lesson 1: Leases and Leasing

Unit G, Lesson 2: Ownership Rights and Responsibilities

Unit H, Lesson 1: Understanding the International Economy

Unit H, Lesson 2: Finding a Comparative Advantage, Including Your Own