Agriculture profoundly affects the Kansas economy. I am excited to serve on a board that can benefit so many Kansas farms, businesses and communities.
Topeka, KS (PRWEB) January 01, 2014
Twilya L'Ecuyer, owner of CURE Group Consulting, will begin a first term on the Kansas Department of Agriculture Ag Marketing Advisory Board. The Ag Marketing Advisory Board oversees several key activities related to a number of services offered to Kansas farmers and farm-based agri-businesses.
Services offered through the Kansas Department of Agriculture include:
From the Land of Kansas,
International Agricultural Development,
Agricultural Business Development
Rural Ag-Based Businesses Benefit From the Land of Kansas
Through From the Land of Kansas, farmers of all sizes and offering are given a number of opportunities to improve their marketing reach. Through From the Land of Kansas, the Kansas Department of Agriculture provides Kansas farmers, farm-based agri- businesses marketing assistance through a variety of programs. Specialized assistance is available to conventional farmers as well as niche-market and valued-added producers looking for ways to increase market access.
Rural businesses benefit through promotion, networking, and other marketing related services that enable emerging and expanding business to access customers more easily and on a limited marketing budget. Other services are related to international ag marketing, agricultural business development, and agricultural education.
“Agriculture profoundly affects the Kansas economy. I am excited to serve on a board that can benefit so many Kansas farms, businesses and communities,” explains L’Ecuyer.
Who is CURE Group
CURE Group Consulting is a business support and organizational development consulting company that provides strategic planning, Total Quality Management and leadership development services to farms, businesses, nonprofits, municipalities, and individuals looking to start, grow, evolve and/ or transition.
L’Ecuyer is also a partner in L’Ecuyer Farms a mid-sized conventional farm including row crops, wheat, hay & forage and a cow/calf operation. L’Ecuyer also owns a small produce farm specializing in on-farm and direct to consumer produce sales.