Friday, February 23, 2018
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Many farmers want to sell to restaurants, grocers or schools, but don’t know how. MarketReady™ helps them market effectively from production to payment.
Herd of beef cattle.

Attend Local Meat and the Cooperative Business Model workshop, Thursday, at 11 a.m. at the Small Farm Center, at the Farm Science Review.

Young farmers’ desire to farm is value-driven. They want to feed our families high-quality food and aim to produce the same for consumers.

The fair connects family, friends and community, offering food, education, entertainment, livestock shows and a chance to get to know local businesses.

Online farmers markets showcase fresh food from multiple farms within a defined geographic region, such as a single county or tri-county area.

Gatherers can find wild blackberries in Ohio’s woodlands, along the borders of farm fields, and on overgrown fencerows.

Shoppers only have access to a few types of peppers at the grocery store, but hundreds are available for gardeners to grow in the home garden.

Learn more about alternative ways young farmers can access land, and how formal agreements benefit both farmers and landowners.

To successfully finance your farm you must shop for lenders, compare loan terms and rates, and determine the amount of money required for a down payment.

Raised beds benefit gardeners by addressing poor soil conditions, allowing them to grow plants in unconventional places and making gardens more accessible.
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