[Market-farming] Pick your own strawberry operation.
bob at money-net.com
Thu May 8 11:51:57 EDT 2003
Here in Texas I have a general liability policy on my business and it is not
expensive compared to the coverage.
Perhaps you could have designated pickers, only let them pick after your
commercial picking is completed, or last but not least: Have them sign a
waiver where by they agree not to hold you are yours responsible in any way
and that they agree to all rules that you lay out in your agreement. If they
don't sign they cannot pick.
> Hi Del...we (my son,daughter and I) will probably steer clear of the PYO
> type setup> > You are going to need a large liability policy if you are
going to let
> > people pick on your farm.
> > There are people who let their kids run around like animals. I see that
> > even in the business I am working in now. We get people who let their
> > act like jerks and they are a danger to themselves. Still, if they get
> > hurt, it's going to be a probable lawsuit.
> > Figure that some of your customers are going to eat along the way. Or
> > what they pick. It's nuts. Heck, I don't know if I could resist eating
> > berry or 12.
> > I dunno, I think U Pick is a pain in the butt. How does that stack up
> > hiring workers to pick for you and lining up commercial buyers?
> > Del Williams
> > (lol.. so much for Farmer in the Del)
> > Country Fruit and Florals
> > Kankakee, IL
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