Selling to restaurants makes a certain logical sense for farmers, but it requires its own strategy and effort. Before you start, ask yourself these three questions.
Hoosiers with varied backgrounds and skills form a collective with two city farms, hoping to make a living and help the residents eat better.
Basil is a fairly reliable crop, and it figures into a lot of different recipes. Here are several ways you can make basil more attractive to customers.
Creating and maintaining good customer relationships is among the most crucial part of any farmer’s success. Here are ways you can do that.
Are you looking for another good crop to display on your market table? Look no further than radishes. Here are six reasons why they’re good for business.
Knowing about your products, how they’re named and evaluated, and the customers buying them will help you sell more of your own farm fresh eggs.
Peppers have lots of potential. You can grow different colors, sell the plants, market to restaurants, host tastings and make value-added products.