The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer
Protection is providing agribusinesses with one-on-one
assist businesses in setting up a system to evaluate
profitability and determine the cost of production, according to
a DATCP statement. DATCP works with start-ups as well as
businesses that want to continue growing.
owner of Double S BBQ in Cambridge, said he went to DATCP in
2010 when he decided he wanted to make and sell Boudain sausage.
allowed a small guy like me to get started and have a fair shot
at making it in the business world,” Jones said. “When you have
little to start with and don’t have the money to hire people,
you need to do it yourself.”
had his store, which offers his own meats and other local foods,
for more than a year, according to the statement, and he still
works with DATCP to continue growing his business.
assist agribusinesses write business plans, access available
resources and generate a working budget. For more information,
To access the available business services, contact DATCP’s Carl
Rainey at 608-224-5139 or