Farm disasters wait for no man … or wedding

By Tyler Hoyt, Green Table Farm As I sit down to finally write this blog entry, I must confess that it is at least a couple weeks late, but for good reason! Late last month, Kendra and I tied the knot in front of about 200 people who gathered on our farm from all over the country. We fed them food we raised ourselves and entertained them in our new barn, complete with a bar and stage. A word to aspiring or current farmers (who likely already know... Read More

Weddings and chickens: A farm business plan – Bootstrap at Emadi Acres Farm

By Derek Emadi, Emadi Acres The beauty of farming is that there are many avenues to make money, though you have to work extremely hard to get it. I have a silly dream of having all of my business commerce happen here on the farm. Not that I am necessarily a hermit, I just never like leaving my property because it’s where I always want to be. That dream is many years off, so for now I go where the money is. In my first year of farming, I tested... Read More