If you aim to make a living off the land, consider one of these projects in profitable farming that will provide a good start and support longer-term ventures.
Making value-added products such as pickled vegetables, jam or even wine from what you already produce could improve business. First, ask some questions.
Before hybrid broilers and superlayers, authors of poultry books in the early 1900s recommended some chicken breeds that are still prevalent today.
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.
Investing time and money now, before you start a farm, can save a lot more time and money down the line. Here’s what you need to learn and have ready before you start.