Keeping Price in Perspective

Now that the Brookside Farmer’s Market has started, I’ve been thinking about how we price things and how to justify what we charge. It’s a slippery slope. As farmers who receive NO subsidies from the government, we have to charge our customers the REAL price of growing a particular crop, while buffering that cost with […]

Resistance is Futile

Okay.  I lied.  I didn’t mean to.  I have told LOTS of folks that I was going to order FEWER varieties of vegetables, make simpler planting diagrams, eliminate funky weird things that nobody knows, nix veggies that I have to coerce market goers into sampling, and concentrate on the majority of crop that are completely […]