r.ranson wrote: People who see my yarn in person can see right away that the quality is better than many handspun yarns. They can touch and feel it. It's very easy to get over $55 a skein for my yarn when the person is there, in the flesh.
Vision: Describe, in two sentences or less, the overarching vision and mission of your farm. What drives you?
Products: What products or services does (or will) your farm business offer?
Production: Briefly outline how you will produce these products.
If veggies or fruits, when will you plant, how will you cultivate or irrigate, and when/how will you harvest, store, and transport the crops? If livestock, when will you breed and birth animals, and when will they be ready for market?
Markets: Where and how will you sell your products, and who will buy them? What prices will you get?
Revenue: How much of each crop or product will you sell and how much revenue will it generate? What are your fixed and variable expenses?
Angelika Maier wrote:I think the pictures have to reflect lifestyle, that's what you are selling. You are selling to people who earn 200K and have no time for lifestyle. So hang you yarn over an old wooden fence. Shoot some pictures in the kitchen with your towels with homegrown produce..... People wearing your stuff. Selling is hard! It is easier to produce something.
r ranson wrote:a word I've always been fond of is "petrichor" - the sweet smell of dust after rain.
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