[Market-farming] sellig a farm
Cherry Tree Farms
ctfarms at helicon.net
Sat Sep 24 09:23:09 EDT 2005
Try a "farm paper" like the farmers friend or farm shine (I am not sure how
much of OH either of them serve, there may be something better). Lancaster
Farming is another one that reaches some OH farmers. Small Farm magazine is
based in OH, their coverage may help.
On the cheap, go for farm message boards: Successful Farming has an
electronic classifieds section. Or go to www.dogpile.com and put in
"farm-land-for-sale+OH" and see where those listings are from and find out
where the free ones are then put up a list. www.Localharvest.org may be a
help as well.
Sounds like a place where a major selling point could be access to all the
customers with limited competition from other farmers.
Atop the Alleghenies
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom at Limerock" <limerock at thirdplanet.net>
To: "Market Farming" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2005 7:44 AM
Subject: [Market-farming] sellig a farm
> Hello, Let me apoligize up front if anyone feels this is a bit OT.
> We will not be farming any more. Being located in an area that used to be
> very well-known for its fruit, but now known as a summer playground, only
> developers are interested (cost of land). We are on one of the last two
> family farms/roadside markets that are still in production. Many of our
> customers are upset about our decision.
> Our only advertisement has been a sign out front (on a busy state
> Any suggestions as to where we might advertise to farm folks (cheaply)
> be appreciated (either posted here or personally, which ever you feel
> Thank you.
> Tom Anslow
> Catawba Island, OH
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