10 Tips To Improve Your Equine Business
Running a successful equestrian business can be difficult, especially if you are just starting out. Improving your horse business is not about finding an obvious problem, fixing it, and then continuing on the same way you were running your business before. It is about discovering what works in an optimal way for your business and your clients, and implementing this into the running of the business. This can be difficult to find, and advice is hard to give as every business is different. However here are 5 tips to help you get started in making your equine business a success.
Revisit business plan
Having a business plan that keeps your business heading in the right direction is imperative to its success at any stage. Revisit your business plan to work out if you are keeping to it practically and if anything needs to be altered to answer customer needs more soundly.
Improving value proposition
One of the first steps in improving your equine business is to review your value proposition. This describes a description of the customer’s needs, how your business answers these needs and the value of the solution offered in the eyes of the customer. Once you know exactly what your customer wants and how to give this to them your getting yourself on the right track straight away.
Have you thought about how your horse business compares with relevant competitors? It is very important to work out how you will have a competitive advantage over other similar businesses.
It is also key to ensure your business is not lacking in any way when compared with competitors. For example do you have sufficient facilities to be running riding classes? Having an indoor riding arena is a great competitive advantage meaning you can take classes safely in any kind of weather conditions.
Review operations and services
Evaluate all the processes and procedures that occur in your business and which ones could be improved, or if new ones need to be implemented. If you know all systems in place are maximizing efficiency and workability in your business you should find things should run smoothly and successfully.
Cost to Build A Grain Shed
Grain sheds can range from backyard structures to full-sized industrial grain sheds.
Prices vary by project. For an exact quote within 24 hours, send a message.
For a rough guide to what you project might cost, read below:
Small Grain Sheds
Small grain sheds range in size up to 30m x 18m x 7.5m high.
Grain sheds like these are suitable for small farms.
Cost range: $50,000 – $74,000
Medium Grain Sheds
Medium grain sheds range in size up to 58m x 25m x 7.5m high.
Grain sheds like these can hold much larger quantities of grain.
Cost range: $74,000 – $200,000
Large Grain Sheds
Large grain sheds range in size up to 90m x 50m x 10m high.
Grain sheds like these are for large scale industrial projects.
Cost range: $200,000 – $1,000,000
You can see a map of our recent builds below. The markers are arranged by industry and can be filtered.
We spoke to Jim Riordan of Riordan Group about the grain sheds we built with him at Lara, near Geelong.