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Farm Succession Planning is Passing Down the Farm, Right?

Some of you got it right, passing down the farm is farm succession from the current generation of owners to the next, the folks who are going to be owning and running the farm in the 21st. Century. However, we found out the hard way that we are the only one's using the expression passing down the farm when we are talking about the process and strategies of management and ownership transition of the farm and business to the successor generation.Almost nine years ago we registered our domain name because we had been told that the older a domain name is, all other things being equal, the better it is for search engine rankings. And we knew we were going to create a farm succession and planning checklist someday - so we'd be ready, #1 on Google.Today as we begin to populate our web site with new and updated content about farm succession and planning, we can look at our listing and see that sure enough we're right up toward the top of the search engine listings.What we realized, after doing some extensive keyword...

 


Common and Uncommon Edible Eggs

Eggs have always been a popular delicious and nutritious food. When most people think of eggs, they think of eggs that come from a chicken. Commercially produced chicken eggs are used more often than any other type of egg and are the eggs that people will find the most in supermarkets. Although, the chicken egg is the most common egg sold, there are a wide variety of different types of eggs that are edible and tasty. Duck Eggs: These eggs are a little larger than chicken eggs. Duck eggs contain more flavor than chicken eggs, but they have a higher level of fat. The egg white has a higher level of albumen than the chicken egg. The duck eggs available on the market are large. Quail Eggs: These eggs are much smaller than chicken eggs, but are similar in flavor. The shells are speckled and their color varies from dark brown to blue or white. Quail eggs are commonly hard boiled and used as an appetizer or as a hors d'oeuvre. Goose Eggs: The goose egg is larger than chicken or duck eggs. Goose eggs are very high in...

 


Rabbit Farming - Beginners Guide For This Profitable Business

Rabbit farming can actually become a very lucrative business if you know what you're getting into. Of course, as with any other kind of business, the general idea is that the more you know about it then the better you will be. The most important thing to understand here are the basics and how much work a rabbit farming business would actually entail. After all, you wouldn't want to bite off more than you can chew and end up having to give up even before you've had any success with it. So, what should a first time rabbit farmer know?Rabbit Farming Facilities and Various Equipment NeedsOf course, the facilities and tools are your business' greatest assets. Rabbitry would require a modest amount of investment as it only needs simple facilities and a fairly small land area. An average rabbit farm would have around 15 to 100 rabbits at any given time and this would require around $5,000 to $10,000 in startup capital. This is a relatively small amount compared to other kinds of businesses, obviously. For a meat pro...

 




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