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Posted 6/18/2013 4:18:04 PM
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The whole hobby farm is new to me and I was wonder to generate a income from it, is it best to only focus on a single item or several items.
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Posted 7/27/2013 2:15:06 AM
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there are several market data's you need to know :
http://www.borrellassociates.com/reports/marketdata

there are prices to get it I guess

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A little research on craigslist farm and garden for animal prices and 10% above store prices for meat and veggies is how we started. Also keep track of what money you put in, do not keep track of your time. Its a life style right :)

The price of an animal should be a fair price no matter who its going to.

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Posted 10/29/2013 4:17:27 PM
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What all do I need to sell veggies and eggs from my backyard? How much does it cost? How would I get customers outside of a farmer's market?

Any money saving tips on getting started?
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Posted 3/3/2014 11:27:30 AM
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I just want to sell a few bunches of berries or a basketful of fruit out of a stand on weekends. What about planning small things like that?
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