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  1. Cynneth
    Cynneth March 13, 2019

    I really found this interesting. Maybe it’s juts me but it seems that people in the US and Canada put such great value on local produce. My biggest fear when starting out a farm (which is what I’m working towards) is getting the margin needed to be financially viable. Food is so cheap here….which is great, but so much of it comes from Europe but people don’t seem to care.

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    Jbenitez February 26, 2019

    Hi Curtis.
    B-) Please make Marketing Part 5: Wholesale
    :good:

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    NGF2019 February 25, 2019

    Great content as always! It would be great to have a video on labeling “how to”!
    Thanks

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    ShaneW February 23, 2019

    Please do elaborate more on microgreens in future videos. Thanks for all the great content :good:

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      Phil February 24, 2019

      Hello,
      I agree with that ! Please, more content on microgreens please…

  5. smallcityfarm
    smallcityfarm February 22, 2019

    Thanks for the insights on retail. We have done a small amount of sales at a local, family-run butcher shop that expanded into dry goods then added a small produce section. Question: Whats containers are the best for bulk delivery of clam shells or bagged items? Totes, new cardboard, found/recycled boxes? i.e Factoring in convenience for clients and your time & margins.

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