Instagram is a growing social media platform that now offers the option of direct sales. Here’s how to establish a following and lead customers to you.
Making value-added products such as pickled vegetables, jam or even wine from what you already produce could improve business. First, ask some questions.
Follow these steps to keep your greens looking fresh from the day you harvest them until late in the day at the farmers market.
Here are several tactics to react to what other sellers are doing and better engage potential customers to see financial gains and farmers market success.
More farmers are using high tunnels, which can provide growing advantages in all four seasons. Here are tips on how best to use them.
If you’re loading up after a strenuous day or week, you can easily overlook obvious things. Here’s a starter list of what to bring to the farmers market.
If you’ve already started your garden, you’ve done half the work. Here’s how to strategize for no-till garden success in the future.
Some require season extenders or even transplanting, but these crops will be welcome among customers eager for fresh produce in early spring.
Some of these crops take extra effort to produce throughout the summer, but they’re in demand and nearly always sell well.
Water? Good soil? A solid barn? Sure, those are obvious. Here are several elements you might not have considered that might end up being crucial.