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:
The Collora family business began in 1987, when Mrs.
At 22, Scott Skelly already has a national reputation in his field – corn.
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.
Galloping Goats Farm started when one of my daughters got goats and joined 4-H.
It makes Bob Vasseur chuckle that people from around the world have “adopted” maple trees in his family’s Bragg Hill sugarbush through his neighbor Dori Ross’s year-old Tonewood Maple business.
No matter what the season, Heather Ulrichsen has fresh herbs, lettuce and peppers.
Logan, a biologist in Idaho Springs, Colo., turns waste from breweries into a fish-food ingredient.
There’s a pumpkin shortage plaguing parts of the country this year, because of drought and storms in the Midwest and Northeastern states.
Ten turkeys enjoyed their last meal in a way any turkey would love — in a spacious pasture under a gray November sky.
On going into business, Emily said: “We had loads of spare eggs and we just thought we better get rid of them because we couldn’t use them ourselves.”
Neighbour Claire Dumbreck was so impressed by the business she nominated Emily for the prize
She gave the first batches away with a little note explaining where people could get more.