Ranching For Profit Workshop Set In Stanley
Mountrail County Ag Improvement and the Mountrail and Burke County Soil Districts are proud to present Ranch Management Consultant, Dallas Mount, as he provides an exciting and interactive workshop that will teach the tools farmers, and ranchers need to improve their land and create a profitable business for the future.
Instructor for this second workshop offered in the area will be Dallas Mount covering the topics of grazing and ecology, as well as real world financial scenarios.
Mount has led RMC since 2019 and worked with hundreds of ranchers across the U.S., Canada, and Australia. He helped them position their business for economic profit and ecologic health. After working with University of Wyoming Extension for 18 years, Mount started teaching the Ranching for Profit School in 2012. He holds a BS and MS from Colorado State University and has spent time working in cow/calf, feedlot, yearling, haying and grazing operations. Mount and his wife, Dixie, own and manage a grazing operation near Wheatland, Wyo.
The workshop will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7 and Wednesday, Feb. 8 at the Mountrail County South Complex in Stanley ND. Each day the workshop will run from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a registration fee for the event. Pre-registration is required.
Profit is to business as breathing is to life. Profit is no more the purpose of business than breathing is the purpose of life. But just as without breathing people can’t survive, without profit an enterprise isn’t a business … it’s just a collection of expensive assets and a lot of low paying, physically demanding jobs. In fact, without profit an enterprise is not a business, it’s a hobby ... often a very expensive hobby.