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From the center of MU Libraries Gateway page, choose the tab, Books & More.
- By default you will be searching, by keyword, the MERLIN Catalog, a catalog of the books, journals, magazines and other materials owned by the MU libraries.
- MERLIN also contains records for books owned by the other UM campuses (UMSL, UMKC, MS&T). You can search for books in those libraries by selecting the chosen campus in the location drop-down menu.
- The MOBIUS catalog contains records of books owned by a variety of libraries throughout Missouri. You can request books from these libraries by using your MU username and password.
You may only request items owned by other MERLIN or MOBIUS libraries when:
If MERLIN or MOBIUS does not have the book or article you are looking for, then you can request a copy through Interlibrary Loan. Access the ILL form by using your username and password.
- Go to the MERLIN catalog and select the Advanced search option.
- Input the title or subject of the book you want at the top of the page
- At the bottom of the page, select Ebooks from the Material Types catagory.
For more information, visit the Ebooks guide.
Thanks & acknowledgement to Gwen Gray
Farm Management and Business Plans
How to Write a Business Plan (ebook) by
Publication Date: 2013-03-03
Whether you are starting or selling your own business, business plans are an essential and unavoidable part of the business cycle. How to Write a Business Plan, 4th edition gives you the expert guidance you need to make an impact with your written plan, including advice on researching competitors, how to present your management skills and experience and how to effectively communicate your strategic vision.
How to Prepare a Business Plan (ebook) by
Publication Date: 2011-03-15
A good business plan should impress potential financial backers by clarifying aims, providing a blueprint for the future of your company and a benchmark against which to measure growth.
Farm Business Management by
Call Number: S561 .N87 2010
Publication Date: 2010-03-02
The underlying economic factors that effect primary production are frequently studied and written about - soil quality, animal health, climate, machinery - but this is the first book to explore the role of the psychology of the manager running the farm business, the person responsible for staff, strategic decisions and financial success or failure.
Books on Horse Reproduction--click the links for titles!