Farmers and Farm Managers
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Employers prefer to hire farm managers who have experience managing farms. Employers look for a basic knowledge of accounting and bookkeeping, or someone who has experience in keeping financial records.
Employers also prefer to hire farm managers who have computer skills. Many managers use computers to keep records and analyze how the farm is producing. Some farmers use the Internet to get the latest information on prices of farm products and other agricultural news. Farm managers must also know good credit sources to keep a farm running. In addition, they must know how to operate and repair farm equipment.
With experience, farm managers may advance from working on small farms to working on larger ones. Farmers who are successful may buy more land and produce more crops.
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