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If This Mom Can Learn Marketing, You Can Too!

I’d like you to meet Jennifer & Sarah.

They’re students inside, Farm Marketing From the Heart, which is currently open for enrollment until Friday, March 22nd.


Sarah started the course in 2016 — 1 day after she got home from the hospital after having her 3rd baby!

She was so unsure if she’d have time to take the course, do the work and care for a newborn baby, but guess what…

She absolutely did! She made the time and her farm is thriving as a result.

If a new mom with 3 kids can do it. You can too.

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A shy, introverted mushroom farmer that has learned how to market with confidence.

Jennifer says the most valuable lesson she learned was how to engage with customers that visit her booth at the farmers market.

This one skill has literally made her standout and sell out week-after-week.

Jennifer learned how to hone-in on who her ideal customer is, what they struggle with and how she can help them.

Jennifer knows how important it is to get her customer’s email address so she can continue selling (even in the off season) when things are slow.

Both Jennifer and Sarah LOVE marketing now and realize how fun it really can be.

Selling doesn’t feel salesy or pushy when you use Farm Marketing from the Heart.

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  • Sean Govan January 12, 2019, 12:22 am

    Charlotte, I just discovered you the other day thanks to your articles on On Pasture and I am devouring your blog. I think it is wonderful that you are able to help people have profitable farms. But I do have a question: what percent of your students now have farms that are profitable enough to actually make a living for their family?

    • Charlotte January 20, 2019, 11:17 am

      100% of the students who apply what I teach, exactly how I teach, have success – not all of them want to farm full-time. Probably 1/3rd are full-time farmers, 1/3rd are homesteaders making a profit to subsidize their “expensive hobby” of growing their own food. And probably 1/3rd are second income farms – where the wife is running the flower or veggie or animal farm.

      So when you learn + apply what works to make a profitable farm, you’ll for sure get there.

      Thanks for asking!


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