A brief summary of all the options for making the most of your fiber business.
Running a farm or ranch is not the only way to cash in on your agricultural interest.
Before buying any bison, you will want to evaluate these enterprise ideas carefully to locate sales channels and to estimate demand.
Rather than bringing fresh produce and meat to the customer, such as at a farmers’ market, some agripreneurs opt to have the customer come to the produce, perhaps picking it up at a stand or perhaps by participating in a CSA program. While there are definitely advantages to this style of marketing food, such as…… Continue reading Pros and Cons of Selling Direct On the Farm
If you are launching a new website for your farm, small business, or personal enjoyment, you might consider hosting your site on WordPress.com. Here’s why.
A niche business is not a big business, and it cannot be run in the same way. Capitalize on your strengths—but do your research.
You don’t need pricey software to turn out professional-looking documents for your business. Despite its incredible capabilities, Scribus can fit any budget—it’s free!
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has put together a series of licensing guides to help innovative business owners see at a glance what permits and licenses will be necessary.
Farm Fresh is a resource to inspire you to create a personalized business that will meet the needs of your customers in a one-of-a-kind way.
One of the main features of the recent local foods movement is a desire to connect farmers and consumers. On the one hand, many farmers want to share their practices with their customers, keeping them informed about agriculture. On the other hand, consumers want to learn more about how their food is produced. Among the…… Continue reading What is Community-Supported Agriculture?