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Five ways for young farmers to start farming: Nailing the business side

In the second article of our new online series, Five ways, we look at how to nail the business aspect of things when you’re looking to get started in the industry.


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Five ways to get in to farming: Nail the business side! #StartingInFarming

When it comes to getting your foot in the farming door, it can be hard.

 

We’ve already looked at the possibilities travelling can offer but if that isn’t a viable option for you, let’s explore the business side of things.

 

Below are five ways to enter the industry through various business possibilities:


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