University of Maryland Extension

Creating a Farm Business Continuity Plan

A continuity of business (C.O.B) plan is created to outline business functions in the event of a major disruption. It addresses issues such as loss of income, protecting employees and essential business activities. For farms this is especially important because of contributions to the food supply and the essential function of taking care of crops and animals. This webinar outlines a very brief but practical guide to operating your farm during a disaster, disruption and otherwise uncertain time.

Presenter: Shannon Dill, Ag Extension Educator Talbot County


Business Continuity Template

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