Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Working through environmental regulations, utility contracts and bank-loan requirements was one challenge; persuading farmers to get on board was another.
From the outside, Midge Jolly’s newest salt house looks like an igloo that went long instead of domed.
To satisfy our ever-growing need for computing power, many technology companies have moved their work to data centers with tens of thousands of power-gobbling servers.
Dave Ernst earned certified organic farming status this summer — the culmination of several years of careful preparation and scrupulous record-keeping.
Huntley said a Web site gives farmers exposure they might not otherwise have, particularly when they’re looking for a farm through a search engine.
If Senator Brad Hutto’s Captive Alligator Propagation Act passes the legislature, South Carolina would become the fifth state to allow commercial alligator farming after Florida, Georgia, Texas and Louisiana.
Scientists claim ants can carry more than 50 times their body weight.
On a recent sunny morning off Long Beach, Philip Cruver throttled down his boat at the spot where his company expects to develop the first shellfish ranch in federal waters.
Jones said he was motivated to create the E-Sorter because he wanted to give growers a better option at a better price.
Under rows of old chicken sheds, Jack Chambers has built an empire of huge metal boxes filled with cattle manure and millions of wriggling red worms.