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Review: M5 Small Business Accelerator

September 6, 2022

Read more on my experience with the M5 Entrepreneurs Course lead by Mary and Brian Heffernan of Five Marys Farms in Fort Jones, Calf.

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Raising Goats

My favorite tool for the farm

February 15, 2022

I bet you’ll never guess what my favorite tool is for the farm! It’s my iPhone! Yes, that’s right.

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Marketing Meat Goats

Moving to e-commerce for farm sales

February 11, 2022

Moving to an e-commerce site was a big jump for our farm three years ago, but I knew it was the direction I needed to go with our farm business. This was pre-pandemic. At the time we had a basic website with an online form that operated as our means for placing orders.

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Marketing Meat Goats

Land Stewardship Project meat marketing video feature

January 10, 2022

Last summer ​we had the opportunity to have a videographer out to the farm to talk with us and visually capture how we’re marketing our farm and meat.

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Marketing Meat Goats

Marketing tips from real farmers

December 7, 2021

I love sharing what we do, but I love even more learning about what other farmers are doing in this space, marketing approaches, and lessons learned (we all have them!).

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Marketing Meat Goats

Leslie Applying for a grant

Grant Writing + Other Tips Funding Sources for Your Farm

October 6, 2021

Grants can be a great tool for helping farmers take their business to the next level. But, be warned, it’s not easy money. With my most recent grant applications, I clocked in over 80 hours (likely more) of time doing planning and writing for the grants, which together were over 100 pages!

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Marketing Meat Goats

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