Solutions for Your Small Farm
Making an Alternative Enterprise Work for You
According to the latest Census of Agriculture, over 90% of the 47,000 farms in Florida are considered to be small farms.
Florida’s unique growing condition provides an abundance of opportunities and challenges for producers to grow and sell many specialty products.
To showcase this diversity, we are visiting with some farmers who have successfully adopted various enterprises on their farms. They will be sharing in their own words their experiences and wisdom on how to be successful.
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If you would like to explore an assortment of alternative enterprises, begin with the “Getting Started” section. Thanks for watching!
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