A business & marketing course designed to help farmers develop a strategy to sell out
This 5-week course lays a powerful foundation for a profitable farm marketing plan. Online class starts early 2019, and you can take it from anywhere in the world!
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This self-paced online course will help you run your profitable on-farm store, famer’s market, or deliver program!
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What’s the difference between…
1) The farmer that is sold out for the season and has a customer waiting list…
2) The farmer that worries about wasting unsold product, stresses about leftover product at the end of the season, and is constantly scrambling to find new customers…
Hint: it’s not how much money they put into Facebook ads.
It’s their year-long marketing strategy.
The farmer who sells out…
…isn’t scrambling to find customers when a cow goes to the butcher, they’ve had that meat pre-sold months ago.
…doesn’t wonder if they’ll have to throw out limp veggies after the farmers market, they confidently know their loyal customers come back week after week.
Do you want the peace of mind knowing your products are sold out for the season?
Here’s what students have to say about Farm Marketing from the Heart
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“I feel like this knowledge has put me 20 years ahead with my business. What I mean is that it probably would have taken me 20 years to learn this stuff by trial and error, but you have handed it all to me at once in a neat little package.”
“Money-wise, the course has already paid for itself in direct sales that I would not have had if I had not implemented the marketing strategies.”
“I recommended this course to someone last week because she was talking about working toward a “farm market’ during the next year. I told her that she should take your course now and have this information as begin to build their business.”
“We will see an increase at the bottom line of $1000 a week and I think I can cut my hours of labor by 25 hours a week. It is almost to good to be true.”