FSA Tip #34 Turn Your Crop Plan Into A Planting Calendar With Pivot Tables

My life changed when the clock struck midnight. It wasnít so much that my carriage (a 2004 Toyota Echo with no AC) turned into a giant Cucurbita maxima squash (A Giant Pumpkin, if you will.) But my buddy Syl leaned over and asked ďDo you use Pivot Tables?Ē Not a traditional New Yearís greeting. But … More FSA Tip #34 Turn Your Crop Plan Into A Planting Calendar With Pivot Tables

FSA Tip #33 Use SKUs To Manage Your Farm Store Products

You need some good SKUs!!! A SKU is a Stock Keeping Unit. Itís a code you can use across all your farm management systems to clearly identify a product. You can use them in your online store your bookkeeping software your spreadsheets anywhere you want Your SKUs should be made up of a Parent SKU … More FSA Tip #33 Use SKUs To Manage Your Farm Store Products

FSA Tip #32 Tools To Create Product CSV Files For Your Online Farm Store

The easiest way to manage a lot of products in your online store is to import them with a CSV file. But that CSV file usually has a ridiculous amount of rows. It can be a hassle to keep them all synced up. The spreadsheet from the Farm Spreadsheet Tip shows you how to manage … More FSA Tip #32 Tools To Create Product CSV Files For Your Online Farm Store

FSA Tip #31 Merge A CSV Order Into 1 Row

Ahhh, is there anything more beautiful than a well packed CSA share that is labelled with all the contents? No, there is not. (Unless we want to start talking about Radicchio.) Isnít there anything more irritating than trying to generate clear itemized labels from the CSV file you exported from your online store that has … More FSA Tip #31 Merge A CSV Order Into 1 Row

FSA Tip #29 A Conditional Formatting Primer

You want your spreadsheet cells to change colour based on what’s going on inside? Conditional Formatting is the thing for you! This is the first a few Conditional Formatting tips. This one is the basics so we can get more complicated next time. In this tip, we’ll see … How to get to the Conditional … More FSA Tip #29 A Conditional Formatting Primer