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3 Steps to Setting up a Flourishing Hydroponic Farm in Any Location

Making the food-to-table process faster and more efficient can be a logistical challenge. This is especially true in large urban areas where cafés and restaurants are crying out for fresh fruits and

Fish Farming: Today’s Business Ideas in the News

How do we make fish farming appetizing, and more in today's Business Ideas in the News.

High Tech Farmers Need High Tech Repairs

When modern tractors break, it can be a hard pill to swallow for farmers, who have been maintaining their own equipment since the plow.

Do You Own A Farm Here Are Some Amazing Profit-Generating Ideas

As a farm owner, you will be aware of how today’s tough market is affecting your industry. Supermarket chains try their best to get as much produce from you without paying much. And consumers lo

Oyster Farming is Big in Today’s Business Ideas in the News

What do oyster farming and chocolate have in common? They both appear in today's Business Ideas in the News

People Pay Farmers to Let Their Dogs Herd Sheep

Does your lazy, overweight house dog dog tire of sleeping at the end of your bed and waiting patiently for you to arrive home each night really yearn to be a sheep dog? Probably. And, since people wil

Niche Dating Site: French Farmers

NY Times: Patrick Maignan, a robust gray-haired farmer, lives alone on his farm, surrounded only by the freshly plowed wheat fields of this lonely corner of northern France. The New York Times The lac

Chinese Inmates Farm for Gold

Gold farming a series of monotonous tasks in online games like World of Warcraft that can be done to generate in-game gold that can then be sold for real dollars. This is the first I’ve heard of

Haunted Houses Saving Family Farms

Did you know that haunted houses and pumpkin patch are saving the family farm? The Wall Street Journal has a very interesting article up today about this trend: Glenn Boyette used to be afraid he̵

Will Agritourism Save Family Farms?

NY Times: For all the talk about sustainable agriculture, most small farms are not self-sustaining in a very basic sense: they can’t make ends meet financially without relying on income from jo

Farmers Of The Future Won’t Have To Drive Their Tractors

According to Grand Forks Herald, the next time you see a field being tended by a farmer, he probably won’t be driving the tractor. Initially, the tractors will be primarily for tillage. Theyâ

Why Wireless Alarm Systems Are a Fine Choice for Farm Security

Making a farm property more secure can be a difficult business. After all, these properties are often in isolated places and made up of a number of different buildings which are far apart, making them

Farmers Should Package Fruits & Veggies Like Junk Food

Central Valley Business Times: …Even though Americans are concerned about obesity, the stand-alone marketing of a “healthy benefit” to mainstream consumers isn’t enough to incr

Farmers’ Market Customers Wanted Something “Meatier”

Indianapolis Star: When Angela Abney of Bargersville made a few trips through area farmers markets, she noted that customers might appreciate something meatier than vegetables and plants. “A lot

Entrepreneurial Worm Farming

Mother Nature Network has an interesting interview with worm wrangler Bentley Christie of RedWormComposting. Bentley Christie is a blogger, entrepreneur and composting worm guru. The father of two liv

Two Young Farmers make Money with Soil-Less Agriculture

Kenyan Daily Nation: Childhood best friends Wachira Mwangi and Samuel Mbugua are teaching farmers a technique that may sound like the stuff of science fiction — growing crops without the use of

Mom Turned Farmer And Goat Soap Entrepreneur

How to Start a Goat Farm Behind every farm there is a unique story and for Mike and Shannon Wiggins it all started with a couple goats. Their daughter became involved in 4H and they soon learned what

The Market Gardener: A Successful Grower’s Handbook for Small-scale Organic Farming

Les Jardins de la Grelinette is a micro-farm located in eastern Quebec, just north of the American border. Growing on just 1.5 acres, owners Jean-Martin and Maude-Helène feed more than two hundred

Ladderlimb – New Luce Farmer’s Brilliant Invention Set To Go Global

The Galloway Gazette: Dropping a tin of paint all over the kitchen floor two years ago when up a ladder led to 54-year-old New Luce farmer Alistair Taylor having a ‘light bulb’ moment tha

Farming Electricity From Cow Manure

What do dairy farms generate a lot of? Besides milk, its safe to say what goes into a cow will come back out in the form of manure. One innovative man, Kevin Maas, has created a machine that will allo