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What Are Your Questions?

March 19, 2012

There isn’t a standard poll that allows for this so I’ll just ask directly – readers what are your questions?

Do you have questions about food production? Are you interested in the breeds of chickens, care of ducks and geese, day to day care of rabbits, heirloom vegetables or something we’re overlooking completely? Are you interested in more details about our farm shares and packages or is that too “salesy”?

Please take a minute to ask in the comment section – if it’s your first visit here or you’re a regular reader, we’d like the opportunity to answer questions.

Have you read something here that generates more questions? Have you had questions that you don’t know where to ask? Whether basic or more detailed – let’s hear some questions! Thank you!

 

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 19, 2012 12:02 PM

    I’ll get us started, though I don’t think this is what you had in mind. We also farm, and open our farm up once a year for folks to watch shearing. How do you handle the requests from people to come and visit your farm at other times? We (at busy times) run from one thing to the next and don’t have time to spend with the general public giving them tours. How do you respond when someone asks to come out and visit?

    • March 19, 2012 12:12 PM

      All questions welcome and although it may be from different perspectives, all can be fodder for topic posts. Thanks for visiting – can give a little perspective in an upcoming post!

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