There’s a lot to consider when starting a farm, from finances and equipment to learning the ins and outs of the marketplace. Get tips from first-time operators as they share lessons learned.
As someone born with no arms or legs, Chris Koch encourages others to live life to the fullest. From his origins in a small farming community, Chris has travelled the world inspiring others.
At Altario School, students are immersed in the business of farming – from sourcing to animal care, harvesting, decision-making, marketing, sales and more.
Andrea McFadden runs Okanagan Lavendar and Herb Farm and continues to evolve her business strategy for the success of the operation. Learn how she embraces change, practices resilience and seizes opportunities.
René Morel and his wife Maggy are dairy and cranberry producers in Quebec who have strategically diversified their business and are focused on setting the next generation up for success.
Ryan Albright has grown Covered Bridge Potato Chips into a national success with products in 4,500-plus retail outlets across Canada – in an industry dominated by billion-dollar brands.
Avi Gill has a vision for the new and different, knowledge of an untapped market and an adventurous spirit. That’s helped him and his family create something people love.
Being sustainable and financially viable go hand in hand on the farm. New technologies help meet long-term targets while improving efficiencies and meeting demands of local and global customers.
How do you go from rookie ranch operator to running a bustling, successful enterprise? Ben Campbell uses business management practices every day to win the farming game.
In this episode, learn how Lori Robinson built a successful ag career by embracing mentorship, joining boards, and surrounding herself with good people.