Farmer Tip: How To Use Live Sales To Scale Your Farm

Posted by Amy Storey on December 3, 2016

Chris Lukenbill is now the Director of Software at Bright Agrotech, but he started as a farmer. He learned the needs and pains of farming on a local farm called Fresh With Edge.

Like any farmer, Chris had to get strategic to grow his sales and expand his farm.

Chris' greatest advantage as a local farmer was his ability to use live sales to stand out from the crowd. 

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Farmer Tip: How to Make a Great First Impression on Restaurant Prospects

Posted by Amy Storey on December 2, 2016

Kevin Espiritu runs Epic Gardening, a gardening education platform focusing on hydroponics and microgreen production. He started microgreens production as a hobby in his home before scaling it to a side-job.

When Kevin first got the idea to sell his microgreens, he faced a problem that many new farmers experience: sales.

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Farmer Tip: Keep Up On Farm Tasks To Avoid Catastrophe

Posted by Amy Storey on December 1, 2016

Modular Farms is a containerized farming systems company that builds scaleable, controlled environment modular farms for growers in any climate.  It all started with two men - Eric Amyot and Eric Bergeron - starting a farm called Smart Greens.

After learning the ropes of farming, the two saw a need for scaleable container farms, and started Modular Farms.

Now they consult with and build scaleable farms for growers in any environment.  

Like all entrepreneurs, however, they had to learn a lot of lessons along the way. Eric argues that one of the most important traits for entrepreneurs is tenacity.

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