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Farmers: How You Can Get More Bang For Your Buck

Posted by on Oct 12, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

Pexels A lot of people will assume that farmers are able to make a rather good living considering all the hard work that goes into it. But actually, they don’t make an awful lot at all, so unless you have all of the best equipment, the largest lands, and the most attractive produce – there’s not much point trying to start out as a...

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5 Fantastic Farm Animals Every New Farmer Can Raise

Posted by on Aug 31, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

When you are considering the career and lifestyle of a farmer, one of the first things you need to decide on is what kind of farm animal you would like to raise. Your farm is, ultimately, about making money and it’s important to find a combination between profit and passion. While many new farmers still choose the traditional farm animals, others go for...

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Save The Planet: Taking Steps To Becoming a More Sustainable Agriculture Business

Posted by on Jul 14, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

We all know the importance of being kind to the planet. Recycling where possible, composting and reducing the amount we use our cars and most importantly, reducing the power we use are all logical steps we can take to do so. But when you run a business, particularly a farming business, you might not think that there’s much you can do about your use of...

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Your Farm Needs Ducks: Here’s Why

Posted by on Jun 22, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

PixaBay.com Look at that face! As if that wasn’t reason enough to want to bring ducks onto your farm, but of course, we should probably focus on other reasons aside from: “they are super cute”. Thankfully, even if you step aside from the cuteness factor, there are several reasons why many a farm could benefit from the introduction of ducks. And if...

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Could Your Approach To Buying Machinery Save Your Farm?

Posted by on Jun 9, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

The agricultural industry has had to adapt to survive with the rise in globalization. What was once a stable and, dare we say, profitable business has seen a tough time sweep over it like a falling duvet. Thanks to the rising cost of equipment, machinery, labor, taxes, shipping, transport and land, well, profits have become slashed. With this in mind,...

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A New Farmer’s Guide To Setting Up A Farm

Posted by on Jun 6, 2017 in Agriculture | 0 comments

A rise in the popularity of organic produce, locally sourced ingredients, and farmer’s markets; there’s never been a better time to consider getting your boots muddy and setting up a farm. If you’re not from a long line of agricultural experts, then it can be difficult to know where to begin. However, there are some key points to consider, that will...

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