[Market-farming] Security camera

Jack Moffitt jackmoffitt at gmail.com
Mon Jul 14 23:28:23 EDT 2014


What exactly would one do with evidence collected this way ? The crime historians in this area would take the call but not too seriously.
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>   1. Re: Figuring out a delivery fee (Richard Stewart)
>   2. Re: Figuring out a delivery fee (Etienne Goyer)
>   3. cameras for farmstand security (Beth Spaugh)
>   4. Re: cameras for farmstand security (Richard Sherrington)
>   5. Re: cameras for farmstand security (Richard Robinson)
>   6. Prices for Gourds (Kraft Marty)
>   7. Base for Shipping Container Shed (Kraft Marty)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sun, 29 Jun 2014 19:43:13 -0400
> From: Richard Stewart <rstewart at zoomtown.com>
> To: Market Farming <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] Figuring out a delivery fee
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> We do not charge.  We group together clients and have two primary delivery days:  Monday and Thursday. THis way we group everyone together.  We drop of a single one pound order of micros at a tiny vegan place and then a large order at a national hotel chain.  On Thursday we make a minimum of six drops and sometimes as many as 15.
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> If you want a delivery on other days we simply set a minimum purchase amount.  Example:  100.00 within 10 miles.  140.00 between 10 and 15 and so on.
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> We have found that we are not competing against other farmers.  We are all competing against Sysco and U.S. Foods.  Make it simple for your client.  Do not charge a delivery fee.
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> Richard Stewart
> Carriage House Farm
> North Bend, Ohio
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>> On Jun 29, 2014, at 5:59 PM, garlicgrower at green-logic.com wrote:
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>> Hi, Folks!
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>> How do you guys determine a delivery fee to restaurants?  I now have a 3rd chef that wants to buy from me.  Since they are 18 miles/30 minutes away from me, they asked what my delivery fee would be.  (The other two chefs are in my neighborhood, so a delivery fee hasn?t come up.)
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>> How does one charge a delivery fee?  By mileage?  By time? 
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>> Thanks for the input ? I need it!
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>> Dorene Pasekoff
>> Hill Creek Farm
>> Pottstown, PA
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> Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2014 06:46:17 -0400
> From: Etienne Goyer <etienne at lejardinduvillage.ca>
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> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] Figuring out a delivery fee
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> Similar here.  I only service two small restaurants in a nearby town,
> and I currently do not charge.  Starting next year, if/when I get to set
> up an actual delivery route with more accounts, there will be a minimum
> order amount for the delivery (I'm thinking 50$), with 4% discount for
> order over 100$, and 10% for order over 200$.
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>> On 14-06-29 07:43 PM, Richard Stewart wrote:
>> We do not charge.  We group together clients and have two primary
>> delivery days:  Monday and Thursday. THis way we group everyone
>> together.  We drop of a single one pound order of micros at a tiny vegan
>> place and then a large order at a national hotel chain.  On Thursday we
>> make a minimum of six drops and sometimes as many as 15.
>> 
>> If you want a delivery on other days we simply set a minimum purchase
>> amount.  Example:  100.00 within 10 miles.  140.00 between 10 and 15 and
>> so on.
>> 
>> We have found that we are not competing against other farmers.  We are
>> all competing against Sysco and U.S. Foods.  Make it simple for your
>> client.  Do not charge a delivery fee.
>> 
>> Richard Stewart
>> Carriage House Farm
>> North Bend, Ohio
>> 
>> An Ohio Century Farm Est. 1855
>> 
>> (513) 967-1106
>> http://www.carriagehousefarmllc.com
>> rstewart at zoomtown.com <mailto:rstewart at zoomtown.com>
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>> On Jun 29, 2014, at 5:59 PM, garlicgrower at green-logic.com
>> <mailto:garlicgrower at green-logic.com> wrote:
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>>> Hi, Folks!
>>> 
>>> How do you guys determine a delivery fee to restaurants?  I now have a
>>> 3^rd  chef that wants to buy from me.  Since they are 18 miles/30
>>> minutes away from me, they asked what my delivery fee would be.  (The
>>> other two chefs are in my neighborhood, so a delivery fee hasn?t come up.)
>>> 
>>> How does one charge a delivery fee?  By mileage?  By time? 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Thanks for the input ? I need it!
>>> 
>>> Dorene Pasekoff
>>> Hill Creek Farm
>>> Pottstown, PA
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> Message: 3
> Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2014 22:53:26 -0400
> From: "Beth Spaugh" <lists at rhomestead.com>
> To: "'Market Farming'" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: [Market-farming] cameras for farmstand security
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> For years folks told me I had a great location for a farmstand, but we
> didn't do it because I thought the demographics of our drive-bys was poor
> (village that folks would be coming from has high crime rate).  We went
> ahead and put up a farmstand this year, making it self-serve.  We are losing
> close to 50%. 
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> 
> The farmstand does not have electricity or cable, but we do now have cell
> service.  Anyone know of a camera system that would work in those
> conditions. Needs to be motion-activated. Could be as "simple" as something
> that saves to a media card (which is what the ones I've found that don't
> require cable hookup do), and I would check after the fact to see who didn't
> pay, to something that would link to my cell phone and I could talk to folks
> (and see them???) when they come in.  Thinking have one by the cash box and
> one aimed at license plates.
> 
> 
> 
> Beth Spaugh
> 
> Rehoboth Homestead, Peru NY
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> http://rhomestead.com      http://www.facebook.com/rhomestead
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> "How we eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used." -
> Wendell Berry
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> "Without power over our food, any notion of democracy is empty." - Frances
> Moore Lappe
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> It's not that nice guys finish last. They have a whole different notion
> where the finish line is. - unknown
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> Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 03:12:27 -0500
> From: Richard Sherrington <rgsherr at gmail.com>
> To: Market Farming <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] cameras for farmstand security
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> Take a look at iWatchLife.com
>> On Jul 8, 2014 4:54 AM, "Beth Spaugh" <lists at rhomestead.com> wrote:
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>>    For years folks told me I had a great location for a farmstand, but
>> we didn?t do it because I thought the demographics of our drive-bys was
>> poor (village that folks would be coming from has high crime rate).  We
>> went ahead and put up a farmstand this year, making it self-serve.  We are
>> losing close to 50%.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> The farmstand does not have electricity or cable, but we do now have cell
>> service.  Anyone know of a camera system that would work in those
>> conditions. Needs to be motion-activated. Could be as ?simple? as something
>> that saves to a media card (which is what the ones I?ve found that don?t
>> require cable hookup do), and I would check after the fact to see who
>> didn?t pay, to something that would link to my cell phone and I could talk
>> to folks (and see them???) when they come in.  Thinking have one by the
>> cash box and one aimed at license plates.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Beth Spaugh
>> 
>> Rehoboth Homestead, Peru NY
>> 
>> http://rhomestead.com      http://www.facebook.com/rhomestead
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> "How we eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used."
>> - Wendell Berry
>> 
>> "Without power over our food, any notion of democracy is empty." - Frances
>> Moore Lappe
>> 
>> It's not that nice guys finish last. They have a whole different notion
>> where the finish line is. - unknown
>> 
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>> 
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> Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 08:26:37 -0400
> From: Richard Robinson <rrobinson at nasw.org>
> To: Market Farming <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: Re: [Market-farming] cameras for farmstand security
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> http://www.trailcampro.com/
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> Try the Browning.
> 
>  Richard Robinson
>  www.nasw.org/users/rrobinson/
>  Hopestill Farm
>  www.hopestill.com
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>> On 7/8/2014 at 8:26:16 AM, Beth Spaugh wrote:
>> For years folks told me I had a great location for a
>> farmstand, but we didn’t do it because I thought the demographics of our
>> drive-bys was poor (village that folks would be coming from has high crime
>> rate).  We went ahead and put up a farmstand this year, making it self-serve. 
>> We are losing close to 50%.
>> 
>> 
>> The farmstand does not have electricity or cable, but we do
>> now have cell service.  Anyone know of a camera system that would work in
>> those conditions. Needs to be motion-activated. Could be as “simple” as
>> something that saves to a media card (which is what the ones I’ve found that
>> don’t require cable hookup do), and I would check after the fact to see who
>> didn’t pay, to something that would link to my cell phone and I could talk to
>> folks (and see them???) when they come in.  Thinking have one by the cash box
>> and one aimed at license plates.
>> 
>> 
>> Beth Spaugh
>> 
>> Rehoboth
>> Homestead, Peru NY
>> 
>> http://rhomestead.com     
>> http://www.facebook.com/rhomestead
>> 
>> 
>> "How we
>> eat determines, to a considerable extent, how the world is used." - Wendell
>> Berry
>> 
>> "Without
>> power over our food, any notion of democracy is empty." - Frances Moore Lappe
>> 
>> It's not
>> that nice guys finish last. They have a whole different notion where the
>> finish line is. - unknown
> 
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> Message: 6
> Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 11:11:16 -0500
> From: Kraft Marty <martyk at allspecies.org>
> To: Farming Market <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: [Market-farming] Prices for Gourds
> Message-ID: <86C95F65-9056-4A00-B7FE-572D08834255 at allspecies.org>
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> We have some gourds from last year that people are asking about. How much do dried gourds go for generally?
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Marty
> 
> Marty Kraft
> Please respond to global warming in your own way. Let care of nature become second nature.
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> Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2014 21:40:35 -0500
> From: Kraft Marty <martyk at allspecies.org>
> To: Farming Market <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: [Market-farming] Base for Shipping Container Shed
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> We want to use a 20 foot long steel shipping container as a shed. Not sure what kind of foundation is needed. A bed of gravel, concrete blocks, what? Any ideas? Experience with this?
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> Thanks
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> Marty
> 
> Marty Kraft
> Please respond to global warming in your own way. Let care of nature become second nature.
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