The Profitable Hobby Farm, How to Build a Sustainable Local Foods Business by Sarah Beth AubreyTurn your hobby farm into a successful businessNo experience in farming? No problem! The Profitable Hobby Farm gives you all the tools you need to launch a thriving hobby farm business. Based on the authors expert guidance and the motivating experiences of other small farmers, it shows you how to blend strategy, marketing, and money management in order to prosper.
The Profitable Hobby Farm provides sound, friendly start-up advice on a variety of topics essential to making an initial foray into a local foods venture.
A must-read book for raising and selling local, sustainable foods
Includes sample business plan, grant application, marketing and advertising plan, and other forms
Lengthy resources section directs you to additional reading
Also by Aubrey: Starting & Running Your Own Small Farm BusinessWhether its growing heirloom tomatoes, raising free-range chickens for their eggs, or making organic wine or cheese, this book shows you how to turn your hobby into a profit.
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Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links from which I will earn a commission. Before you sell all your belongings to buy your very own herd of goats, let me make sure you know a few things first. My husband swore we would never own chickens, so naturally, chickens were the first animal I purchased when we bought our new place. Or goats. Or sheep. Or anything farm-related whatsoever. The best thing about chickens is that they are a simple animal.