1. Use Your Natural Advantage

    Use Your Natural Advantage

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinA big benefit of backyard farming is that you can make the same level of income as traditional farmers, but eliminate their expensive and sometimes environmentally harmful practices. Take pest management. A lot of the concern about the safety and quality of our food is because of pesticides. Backyard...

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  2. Backyard Farmers Target Cat People

    Backyard Farmers Target Cat People

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Wally S., Wally’s Urban Market Garden, Saskatoon, SK Cat grass is a good niche crop. Many of your customers will have cats, and who doesn’t want to treat their cat? Most cat people are familiar with cat grass, so there is no need for a hard sell,...

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  3. Do You Ever Get Too Old For Backyard Farming?

    Do You Ever Get Too Old For Backyard Farming?

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Wally S., Wally’s Urban Market Garden, Saskatoon SK Over the 10 years I’ve been doing SPIN-Farming workshops this question comes up at just about every one. SPIN-Farming is certainly more labor intensive than riding around on a tractor all day. And I know I’m not getting any...

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  4. Create Your Own Supply Chain

    Create Your Own Supply Chain

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Roxanne C., Philadelphia PA It took several generations to dismantle local food supply chains but SPIN farmers like Mary Ackley, owner/operator of Little Wild Things City Farm in the heart of DC, are rebuilding it pretty quickly, without Trump-size infrastructure investment or government policy changes. All she’s...

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  5. Farming in Plain Sight

    Farming in Plain Sight

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Roxanne C.,Philadelphia PA The beauty of SPIN-Farming is that it can use spaces that are not suitable for traditional farming. Any remnant of land that measures at least 1,000 sq. ft. can contribute enough production and revenue to be worth a farmer’s time. So when you put...

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  6. Stand and Plant

    Stand and Plant

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Roxanne C., Philadelphia PA Backyard farmers have a unique set of fitness gear. It's designed to make their workouts easier to do, not harder. Like this tool here. It's the Stand and Plant planter. It was invented by a Tennessee farmer who specializes in sweet potatoes. He...

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  7. RX for Keeping Your Business Healthy

    RX for Keeping Your Business Healthy

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinCourtesy of Roxanne C., Philadelphia, PA Whatever else the ever-expanding ecosystem of food activists, advocates, bloggers, media celebrities and nonprofits has accomplished, it has convinced consumers that the big food companies can’t be trusted to be honest about how they make food, and what’s in it. Ketchum, the big...

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  8. 2 Detox Dishes For Your Shitty Winter Body

    2 Detox Dishes For Your Shitty Winter Body

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedin Oh, Januaryyou may as well be called Cleansetober. After all of the meat, carbs, sugar, and alcohol, our delicate bodies cant fucking handle much more. Its time for a cleanse. But cleansing is just generally shitty (no pun intended). If youre doing something like a juice cleanse, prepare...

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  9. 2017 Trends and Who’s Setting Them

    Share This:FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedin Here’s SPIN-Farming’s Alphabet List of 2017 Trends culled from all the presentations at last year’s Member Meetups. Thanks to all of the forward thinking SPIN farmers listed below who presented their business plans, how they implemented them and the revenue they targeted and achieved. SPIN’s online Member Meetups...

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