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How to Tackle Farm Price Objections: Farm Podcast

How to Tackle Farm Price Objections: Farm Podcast

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How to Create an Email List for your Farm

How to Create an Email List for your Farm

One of the challenges I hear most often expressed from small farmers (really any small business, actually), is how difficult it is to create an email list of potential customers. In this episode, we’ll discuss three keys to putting your list-building efforts on autopilot so you can grow your email list.

Thriving Farmer: Eden Creamery

Thriving Farmer: Eden Creamery

Cassie and Asaf are the farmers behind Eden Creamery, just outside of Boise, Idaho. “We’re a couple of scientists turned cheese makers,” Cassie says. “I guess you could call us “Curd Nerds.” Asaf is Israeli and settled on Eden Creamery as the farm’s name, after the Garden of Eden. There, he and Cassie raise a rare breed of goats, the beautiful Oberhasli.

Thriving Farmer: Holt Creek Jerseys

Thriving Farmer: Holt Creek Jerseys

“Even at that young age, I was serious about developing a top-tier production herd of Jersey cattle,” Ben says. “I set for myself the goal of having the highest-producing Jersey herd in the state of Nebraska. I bred my cows to high-production bulls and purchased cows and heifers from high-producing herds in the Midwest, and by 1997, as a senior in high school, I had the top herd in the state for milk.”

Thriving Farmer: Rolling Hills Cattle Company

Thriving Farmer: Rolling Hills Cattle Company

The mother and daughter team of Christina and Hailey operate two farm businesses in Minnesota.

“We named our farm Rolling Hills Cattle Company,” Christina said. “And we call our meat business Grillin Meats. The beautiful rolling hills of our property made our name easy. Everyone loves to grill, so Grillin Meats fit really well!”

At the ripe age of 2, Christina’s family made the move to her great-grandparent’s house to live. Part of the privilege of being next door to grandpa’s farm was being able to go with her dad to the farm to help feed the calves.

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