Marketing Practices and Financial Performance of Local Food Producers: A Comparison of Beginning and Experienced Farmers
Stephen Martinez and
No 327367, Economic Information Bulletin from United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service
Local food sold directly to consumers, retailers, and institutions may provide financial benefits to beginning and other farmers compared to farmers who market through traditional channels. This report evaluates the characteristics, production, and marketing practices, and financial performance of local food producers with varying levels of farming and direct marketing experience.
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