[Market-farming] Market-farming Digest, Vol 32, Issue 20

Hook Family ghf at townisp.com
Sat Sep 24 13:44:48 EDT 2005

Tom check out this org they may have some suggestions to save your farmland 
forever.  It concerns me that you are looking to sell to a farmer "cheap" 
but what happens if said farmer realizes farming is harder than they 
expected, so he sells to the developers you are wishing to avoid.  So not 
only did your farm land not stay in farming but you didn't reap the 
"profits".  Beth


> 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.

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