If you are an agripreneurial type with highway frontage and a family willing to welcome the public out to the farm, you may find that a U-pick operation is just what you are looking for.
How to Make a Mind Map
Mind maps are easy to create and use, making them a good choice for those who don't enjoy lengthy planning processes.
Challenges of Beekeeping in Kansas
Beekeeping in Kansas presents some unique challenges. The good news is that most of these challenges have fairly simple solutions.
10 Alternative Livestock Business Ideas
Interested in doing something different with your livestock business? Here are 10 ideas innovative agripreneurs are experimenting with.
Introducing Your Path to Abundant Living in Flyover Country
You've decided that the country life is for you. You're ready to get back to your roots, to get closer to nature, and to become more self-reliant. Or maybe you already have your place in the country. You've been keeping livestock and a garden for years. But somehow you've run into difficulties. Your lifestyle just … Continue reading Introducing Your Path to Abundant Living in Flyover Country
3 Promising Niches for Draft Animals
Are draft animals outdated? Definitely not, fans of animal power would be happy to tell you.
Fields of Farmers
For those determined to train the next generation of farmers, Fields of Farmers is an essential manual to enabling both parties to succeed.
USDA Releases 2017 Ag Census Results
The average American farmer is still getting older, and his net farm income is still declining. But the number of young farmers is increasing, the value of their production is above average, and the number of farms consisting of nine acres or less is on the rise. Here are the highlights from the 2017 USDA … Continue reading USDA Releases 2017 Ag Census Results
Adding Value to Milk
Looking for ways to expand your small-farm dairy business? Milk offers many opportunities for diversifying your product offerings!
8 Ideas for an Elk Business
While starting an elk ranch will require attention to legalities, fencing, safe handling facilities, and the like, one of the first questions begged is—what do you do with an elk?