I’m so grateful! If you’re new, you have to listen to this series.
The feedback I’ve received from this podcast series has been outstanding. The reviews you’re writing and the action you’re taking is inspiring. Thank you.
So if you’re just tuning in, in this episode I’m talking about the 25 steps you need to start your farm business.
These steps were critical for me when I was just starting out. Maybe you just bought land and you’re excited to live in the country.
You’d love to make a little money selling farm fresh products, but you don’t know where to start.
No worries, my friend. I have you covered.
This podcast series is all about taking steps to get started and how to set up your farm (the right way) from the beginning.
It took me years to narrow down these steps and over the last few episodes, I’ve been sharing what I’ve learned over the past 10 years.
If I had to do it all over again, I’d follow these steps in the exact order I lay out so you exactly what to focus on and why.
Without further ado, episode 4 of the Profitable Mindset is waiting for you now.
Get the full 25 steps in the series here:
More ways to listen:
Apple – iTunes
Subscribe & Review in iTunes
Because my podcast is new, I’m asking listeners to write a review on iTunes where you’ll be entered into a weekly drawing at random. When you write a review, you’ll be entered to win a website or social media audit — absolutely FREE. You’ll get strategic marketing feedback that will increase your email list and build loyal customers.
If you want to enter, go to www.3cowmarketing.com/itunes for exact details on how to leave an iTunes review. The process is super easy and should only take 2 mins of your time.
So head on over to https://www.3cowmarketing.com/itunes and I’ll talk to you soon!
Links mentioned in this episode:
CHARLOTTE IS FREAKING AWESOME ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ “I can raise/grow anything but in no way, shape or form am I a good marketer. I have learned more in the past few months listening to and applying what Charlotte teaches than I have in all the time I have spent on any other instructors. I don’t care what anyone says marketing a “direct sale to customers” farm is a lot different than just about any other business. She has practical knowledge with practical solutions.” — Saltydog75