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Identify your biggest money-making crops

publication date: Jan 1, 2013
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Knowing that you’ve got money at the end of the year means that you’ve done okay in the market farming game. But if you want to do better — if you want to put your effort into those crops that make the most difference to your bottom line — you need to know how much it costs to grow and market your crops.

If you sell at a farmers market or to stores and restaurants, you’ll want to know that you are making money on each crop, not just on your offerings as a whole. And you’ll want to know what crops to push, and where you should raise your prices or discontinue a product.

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