How to Write a Great About Page for Your Farm

How to Write a Great About Page for Your Farm

Lots of farmers struggle with how to share their story. In this week’s farm podcast, I share the advice I gave to a farmer about how to share her story and create a great about page for your website.

When to Avoid Sales Funnels and Marketing Gimmicks

When to Avoid Sales Funnels and Marketing Gimmicks

In this farm podcast, I discuss why you may not want to use automated sales funnels and marketing gimmicks in marketing your farm business. I describe the Jeff Walker Product Launch Formula, what it’s designed to do and why I recommend that farmers exercise caution with this strategy.

Joel Salatin on How to Swap a Depressing Job for a Rewarding Farm

Joel Salatin on How to Swap a Depressing Job for a Rewarding Farm

In this farm podcast, Joel Salatin and I have a provocative discussion about how to quit an unfulfilling job and start a farm business. Joel offers some real gems in this episode, as he outlines his seven rules for starting a profitable farm. We talk at length about his latest book, Your Successful Farm Business, which can be thought of as a graduate course to the book that got so many people started in farming, You Can Farm!

How to Start a Profitable Flower Farm

How to Start a Profitable Flower Farm

People have been talking about the importance of local food for years but what about local flowers? In this farm podcast, I’m speaking with a “farmpreneur” who found the courage to quit her job and start a thriving flower farm. Even though she had never farmed before.

How to Start a Farm Tanning Sheepskins

How to Start a Farm Tanning Sheepskins

As sustainable livestock farmers, we want to honor the whole animal. But what about when it comes to using the animals hides? Joining me in this farm podcast, is Sarah Scully founder of Vermont Natural Sheepskins. Sarah and her husband, Rick, started the first commercial organic tannery in America.

How to Scale Up Pastured Poultry

How to Scale Up Pastured Poultry

Guess what? You CAN start a pastured poultry business and scale it to a size that supports a family. Or multiple families. Tune in as Paul Grieve from Pasturebird and Primal Pastures shares the story of how his family has done just that.

Starting Up a New Farm

Starting Up a New Farm

In this farm podcast, I talk about the sometimes long and steady process of setting up a new farm. My guest is Jenn Colby of Howling Wolf Farm in Vermont. We also tackle the touchy issue of why it’s sometimes more challenging for women farmers than men. Listen in to see what you think.

Craft Meat With Crowd Cow

Craft Meat With Crowd Cow

In this farm podcast, I examine one of the biggest problems consumers face when wanting to buy directly from farmers, the problem of convenience. I talk with Joe Heitzeberg, co-founder and CEO of Crowd Cow. It’s an interesting business model that is endeavoring to make it easier for farmers and consumers to come together and celebrate what Crowd Cow calls “craft meat.” Tune in for a great story.

Meat Rabbits

Meat Rabbits

Today I’m speaking with Callene and Eric Rapp of Rare Hare Barn in Kansas. I love this topic of raising rabbits for meat because, in general, our society has become very disconnected from our food—and what food is, right? Nowhere in the meat world is that more evidenced than with rabbits. We discuss many fascinating aspects of running a rabbit enterprise on a small farm. Whether you’re a consumer, chef, homesteader or farmer, this is a thoroughly interesting discussion about the life (and death) of rabbits.