As the organic foods movement sweeps the country, many people with a little bit of land or a large backyard have started trying their hands at growing their food. Whether it’s planting fruit trees or building raised beds for vegetables, the healthy food trend is catching like wildfire and spreading to even suburban areas. Some people are going bigger than others, buying utility and irrigation products for their new farm, but if you’re not quite there yet, there are still plenty of ways you can transition your career or just start a hobby growing your own food.
Steps to Start a Farm
If you’re thinking of starting a farm and making that your career, then there are a few things you should know about the industry and how to get started. As with any enterprise, you’ll need to have a business plan before you get started. If you don’t currently … Read More