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  • Value Added Products - The future for farms of all sizes?

    By John Moody

    Published 10 months ago

    Many farmers have felt the pinch of falling food prices over the past year. Some sectors of the ag industry, especially dairy, are in a free fall, with our fellow farm friends hurting badly as low prices, consolidation, and other forces forcing many to sell off operations or even sell their farms. It is difficult days, but as I noted in my earlier article, things haven’t been good for US farmers in quite some time. Smart farmers who want to stay in farming are looking for ways to stay or become profitable... Maybe instead you grow popcorn and wholesale it or direct market it locally or even online...

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  • Value Added Products - The future for farms of all sizes?

    By John Moody

    Published 10 months ago

    Many farmers have felt the pinch of falling food prices over the past year. Some sectors of the ag industry, especially dairy, are in a free fall, with our fellow farm friends hurting badly as low prices, consolidation, and other forces forcing many to sell off operations or even sell their farms. It is difficult days, but as I noted in my earlier article, things haven’t been good for US farmers in quite some time. Smart farmers who want to stay in farming are looking for ways to stay or become profitable... Maybe instead you grow popcorn and wholesale it or direct market it locally or even online...

  • https://agfuse.com/article/value-added-products---the-future-for-farms-of-all-sizes-

    Posted By Sorghum Producers
    2 years, 11 months ago

    "Plenty of people love to snack on popcorn. Considerably fewer have munched on a salty snack alternative – popped sorghum. But researchers at Texas A&M University would like to change that. Farmers have bred popcorn for decades, concentrating specifically on its popping capacity. What potential does popped sorghum have? Nicolas Ace Pugh and fellow researchers at Texas A&M’s Department of Soil and Crop Sciences planted 130 different varieties in three different environments to find out."
    http://www.agweb.com/article/sorghum-research-has-potential-that-pops-naa-ben-potter/