Growing Your Farm or Homestead Community with Photography
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1M ago
Why don’t your customers care about your farm or homestead as much as you do? Don’t you wish they could see the magic that you do every day when you’re doing your chores? In this blog post we explore the benefits of nature and the unfair advantage you have of radical transparency ..read more
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6 things you NEED to raise broiler chickens on PASTURE
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
Raising broiler chickens for meat SHOULD be simple, fun, and delicious. There are only a few core principles you need to consider when raising your birds. This blog post will lay out the 6 fundamentals for successful pastured poultry farming. These principles work for meat chickens and egg layers. #6 is going to have you shaking your head ..read more
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Farm Budgets
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
You’re stuck on the side of the interstate, steam pouring from the hood of your truck - and you’ve got a trailer full of chickens, which are now sitting in the sun. You knew the truck’s radiator had issues, but you didn’t think it needed fixing just yet. Now, instead of a $1,200 repair, you’re in serious trouble. How did you get here? Was it simply that one decision about when to fix the radiator, or was there more to it ..read more
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Farm as a Business
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
Today’s Episode will discuss the one rule that governs every decision made on a farm, and will also point you to other material which will help you start your farm business ..read more
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How To Start A Farm in 6 Steps (with photos)
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
The methods are many, the principles are few. You can start any type of farm you want, but will you be happy? In this blog post we break down the core fundamentals of starting a farm business. It doesn’t matter if you raise chickens, cows, vegetables, bees, or fruit. These core principles will apply, and this blog post will help get you there ..read more
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How To Make Money With Chicken Tractors
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
In this blog post, we are going to talk about how raising broiler chickens on pasture benefits your customers, and how you can market those benefits to sell more product and grow your business ..read more
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Farm Brewery Update - January 2022
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
In this farm podcast episode I give you some perspective on how my farm brewery business looks and functions. We are all on different paths, and I share these monthly updates to give more depth behind the farming and business advice that I share in the other content that I produce ..read more
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From Furloughed Employee to Pastured-Poultry Farmer
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
Eleven generations have been on Ryan Valley Farm, which almost went under. Now this generation is taking a new approach and bringing grass-fed animals back to the land. Their story is a good one, but they’re not alone ..read more
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John's Backstory - Part One: Inception
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
I’m John Suscovich—farmer, entrepreneur, business owner, author, YouTuber, husband, and father to two beautiful girls. Ten years ago, I was living in New York City, working as a technician for a major television show. Then I took a life-changing, year-long, 6,000-mile road trip around North America – by bicycle – to discover how and why people farm. And now I run a farm brewery in rural northwest Connecticut. It wasn’t easy for me to leave my first career in order to pursue agriculture, but I was deeply motivated to have a hand in the production of the food I eat: I figured, if we are what we ..read more
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John's Backstory - Part Two: Starting My Farm
Farm Marketing Solutions Blog
by John Suscovich
1y ago
My start in farming wasn’t easy. Through hard work, persistence, a little bit of luck, and a lot of sweat equity, I finally got my own operation up and running. I was fulfilling my dream of growing and providing healthy food for my community, while living life on my own terms ..read more
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