May 20, 2013

Building Your Farm Business on Leased Pasture

Taking your farm in a different direction or starting a new enterprise is an intimidating task. Leasing pastureland is the most advantageous way to do so when you need grass but want to minimize risk and debt.

May 13, 2013

Money Matters, But It’s Not the Only Thing!

Help make hearty Stone Soup! When we all work together we can create something that works for everyone!

May 7, 2013

How Can I Tell If a Change is Worth Making?

Do you want to know if that fertilizer treatment is working? Or would you like to know if a particular management practice is worth implementing on your whole farm or ranch? You need to do a little on-farm research, and here’s booklet that can help you get started.

April 30, 2013

Putting Money Where the Birds Nest

How important, how valuable, is living in a community that strikes a better balance with Nature? And are communities willing to pay for the services that producers provide to meet that balance?

April 22, 2013

Habitat for Flying Humanity

Preparing for this year’s bluebirds, Troy shares how birds benefit him, and the diversity of his farm benefits those that, through loss of habitat, are in danger of becoming homeless.

April 16, 2013

How to Make a Million Dollars From Farming

We’re just coming out of winter, when it seems like more money goes out than comes in. In fact, sometimes it might seem like a year-round issue. But given the chance, would you change what you do?

April 2, 2013

To Be Successful, Do What You Do Best

When Forrest Pritchard, a Berryville, VA farmer, decided to sell Montana lamb along with his farm raised beef and pork, he knew he had a winner on his hands. See what he learned in the process.

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