January is a great time to plan for a new year! Take some time to shape your philosophy and develop a farming or gardening approach.
Whatever stage you are in as a new farmer, one of the best things you can do is to read extensively. We have picked out 10 must-reads to get you going.
Even when the afternoons are too hot for outdoor work, you can still make the most of the time with research and planning. Spend some time studying business, marketing, nutrition, animal health, and more. Consider new ways to direct market your beef. Find out how reproduction and animal health are related. Discover 96 horse breedsContinue reading “Get Ready for August 2016”
Spring is in the air! Are you ready to get outside, grow some plants, and build something new?
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.
Drive thy Business, or it will drive thee. —Benjamin Franklin
How do you keep up with a farm journal? By being consistent.
Have you ever tried sitting down and doing nothing but brainstorming for five minutes? The solutions you can come up with are astounding.
If you find understanding God’s will confusing or intimidating, please consider reading this book!