This book outlines pros and cons for many of the countless decisions you will have to make in your first year of entrepreneurship.
Home Vegetable Gardening is about a hundred years old, but is still useful to anyone who wants to try raising their own produce.
Farming becomes a fascinating adventure if we allow it to sharpen our skills and interests. We’ll never run out of things we can learn.
Even if you don’t need a business plan to obtain funding for your enterprise, you can still benefit from walking through the thought process explained in this book.
If you are looking for a basic guide to purchasing and caring for a flock of sheep, try Sheep Production in Kansas. This 76-page bulletin was originally published by the Kansas State Agricultural College in 1927. The bulletin covers a variety of topics, including sheep selection, pasturing, feeding, and housing. Want to know: Which breed…… Continue reading Free eBook: Sheep Production in Kansas
For those of you who want to sell beef, How to Direct Market Your Beef by Jan Holder is a must-read! In a friendly, easy-to-understand manner, Holder explains the different aspects of direct marketing entrepreneurs will encounter, such as niches, pricing, distribution, advertising, public relations, and record keeping. You’ll also find out how to have…… Continue reading Free eBook: How to Direct Market Your Beef
Here’s some old-time wisdom we can benefit from today! Growing Corn Successfully: A Treatise on Corn Culture From Plowing and Planting to Harvesting and Marketing by E. S. Teagarden was originally published in 1895 as a protest against a problem all too prevalent in the author’s time—farmers planted more corn than they could properly manage. …… Continue reading Free eBook: Growing Corn Successfully
Here’s a book that can help you grow something a little different in your field or food plot: Beans as a Field Crop in Kansas, issued by the Kansas State Horticultural Society in 1918. This brief publication starts with a look at the history and benefits of bean-raising in Kansas. Then follows a guide to…… Continue reading Free eBook: Beans as a Field Crop in Kansas