These food trends transcend traditional farmers markets and CSAs. Consider things such as wild foods, new selling locations, hops and agritourism.
Fish require less maintenance than other livestock. They provide a healthy protein source for your family and could add revenue to your farm.
Consignment (providing food to retailers without payment up front) might sound like a bad idea, but it sometimes can work for all involved.
Some articles and videos promise that you can start a farm for very little cost, but it all depends on context—what you want, what you already have and what you need. Here are 10 basic aspects to consider and price.
Hoosiers with varied backgrounds and skills form a collective with two city farms, hoping to make a living and help the residents eat better.
The market for mushrooms is expanding, and consumers are becoming more educated. Here’s how you can enter the business of growing fungi.
Pop up shops, sometimes called “flash retail,” are a recent trend that lets you set up and sell your products in a small space for a limited time.
The social media feeds for these vegetable farms are good for photos but also for insight into their innovative agricultural practices.