elle sagenev wrote:How is the micro brewing market in your area? It's cropping up here and is really active across the border in CO. If you could farm specialty barleys and other brew ingredients I bet you could make a decent income selling it to people around your area. I'd go to the small breweries and see what they are interested in getting. You'd still have the combine issue though. I think I could probably squeeze around that on my acreage by hiring the guy that combines the fields across from us for a decent price. I'm not sure if you could do that.
elle sagenev wrote:You could always offer Glamping too. The "farm experience" in a fancy yurt or some such thing. Not sure the start up on that but the east coast seems the place it would work.
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