How to become a farmer
A farmer is the same individual entrepreneur, only with his own specialization. And each individual entrepreneur, in addition to the specifics of his business, must know the basics of accounting, study the market and demand, and be oriented in jurisprudence. Therefore, if you like to engage in agricultural work, understand its specifics, but do not know how to properly organize farming, then you should graduate from an agricultural technical school with a degree in economics and accounting.
If you do not have knowledge of farming and animal husbandry, but would like to become a farmer, you should enroll in an agricultural college or university - in the specialty corresponding to your choice. At the school you will learn how to mechanize farming and animal husbandry, to organize the processing, storage, transportation and marketing of products, to get acquainted with the basics of agronomy. Upon completion of your studies, you will need to start creating a farm.
If you have at least some kind of farm, you should simply expand the land and increase the number of animals. And then, with the development, improve the farm. If you are a city dweller who has decided to become a farmer, then you have your advantages: you can choose the land plot that is most beneficial for farming. In addition, citizens who move to the village in order to engage in farming, expect a pleasant surprise in the form of a lump sum payment of 25 thousand rubles.
The state provides all kinds of assistance to farmers. For example, you are compensated for 49% of the funds spent on the construction of agricultural facilities. But in order to get state support, you need to register your farm as a farm. To do this, you must submit your documents to the registering authority at the place of residence. You should register as the head of the farm, and some of your relatives will have to register as an individual entrepreneur who sells products. This must be done in order to preserve the tax benefits for agricultural producers.