If you treat your farm like a way of life, it can be a bad business—but if you treat your farm like a business, it can be a great way of life.
That’s one of the most important lessons I’ve learned on my family farm, and I’ve made it my mission to help farmers achieve the lives that they want by giving them the knowledge and tools that they need.
Farming in many places is better than ever, with big harvests and big opportunities. At the same time, it’s never been harder or more complicated. You can’t just put a crop in the ground and help it grow. You have to be the CEO, CFO, and the COO of an agricultural business—and the traditional ways of learning to farm just don’t cut it anymore.