This backwoods couple is a model of micro-business independence. Read our interview with Anna Hess, and find out how.
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.
Logan, a biologist in Idaho Springs, Colo., turns waste from breweries into a fish-food ingredient.
Initially, the tractors will be primarily for tillage.
Galloping Goats Farm started when one of my daughters got goats and joined 4-H.
At 22, Scott Skelly already has a national reputation in his field – corn.
It makes Bob Vasseur chuckle that people from around the world have â€œadoptedâ€ maple trees in his familyâ€™s Bragg Hill sugarbush through his neighbor Dori Rossâ€™s year-old Tonewood Maple business.
From the outside, Midge Jolly’s newest salt house looks like an igloo that went long instead of domed.
The machine can pick up 120 tons of unhusked rice in eight hours, consuming only four liters of petrol.
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.
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