Discussion: Challenges of Entering and Succeeding in Southeastern Agriculture: Access to Credit, Supply Chains, and Consumers
Kelly Y. Lange
Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2013, vol. 45, 4
The three articles in this invited paper session investigate challenges and opportunities for agricultural producers in the southeastern United States. Two of the articles focus on the increasing demand for locally produced food and offer insight into potential marketing opportunities that this growing demand may provide for beginning or young farmers. The third article centers on financing options that are available to beginning farmers and evaluates the use of Aggie Bonds as a financing source for beginning farmers.
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