Blog Archives: Farm Marketing

We have created this blog categorization system as a way to organize and preserve the daily blogs written about our farming life. We hope you find this categorization system helpful.

The following blog entries are all related in some way to the topic of farm marketing. They may cover any one or more of the following topics:
farmers markets and CSA's
customer relations
niche marketing
advertising campaigns
product labeling
value added products
Or they may simply be essays about some other aspect of farm marketing. We hope you find something useful here, or at least some pleasant reading.

If there is some way we can improve our archiving system, please Contact Us and we'll take your recommendations into consideration.


What's In A Label?
May 2, 2011

Preview for this blog entry:
"..What’s a farmer to do, as we try to carve out some way to define and describe what we do? And what’s the consumer to do, when trying to evaluate different farms?"

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Why I Don't Hate Eggplant Anymore
March 16, 2011

Preview for this blog entry:
"I have a confession. I despise eggplant. I had it a few times as a child, cooked into this or that dish, and I decided very quickly that this was not destined to be one of my favorite fruits. But I didn't stop there. I developed a hatred for this poor undeserving creature, and I dreaded the news from my mom that we would be dining upon it yet again. We didn't have it very often, but I remember thinking we could wait 100 years before having it again and that would be just fine with me."

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A Farm's Most Important Asset
February 1, 2011

Preview for this blog entry:
"...Today I spent most of the day traveling to, and then from, a critical place in the grand scheme of things. In our scheme of things anyway. Where on earth did I go? To deliver a truckload of product to a customer..."

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