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Real life stories, lessons learned, and must-know tips from farmers and food business owners on how to succeed in farm life. Hosted by Antonio Gomes and Janice Ho from Cavaleiro Farm in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada.

You Don’t Need to Buy a Farm to Farm Successfully with Angie Koch (Fertile Ground Farm)

You Don’t Need to Buy a Farm to Farm Successfully with Angie Koch (Fertile Ground Farm) (The Hello Farmlife Podcast | S1, EP7)

Our guest Angie Koch from Fertile Ground Farm talks about how she managed to get onto someone else’s farmland as a new farmer, and has since grown a profitable farm. Whether you’re an aspiring farmer or someone who’s been in the game for a few years, you’re sure to gain a ton of insights and inspiration!

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How to sell your food before you even start growing it (The Hello Farmlife Podcast | S1, EP6)

How to sell your food before you even start growing it (The Hello Farmlife Podcast | S1, EP6)

In this episode, we talk about why marketing is so critical for farms these days, and bust 3 common myths that keep farmers and other entrepreneurs from doing this essential business activity. We also offer 3 foundational tips for marketing beginners to get started on their marketing journey, and share the steps they took to successfully market their farm’s vegetable box program.

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The Hello Farmlife Podcast is hosted by Antonio Gomes and Janice Ho from Cavaleiro Farm in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada.

Antonio Gomes

Antonio Gomes

Antonio Gomes is the CEO of Urban Crops, the umbrella company of Cavaleiro Farm that provides training services to farmers and landowners to help them build more self-sufficient, profitable farms. As a coach, Antonio uses simple steps to help clients gain clarity on their goals, create action plans, and facilitate their professional and personal self-development. Antonio also manages Cavaleiro Farm, where he has built a community of farm members who used the land and other farm resources to grow their own food businesses or execute farm- and growing-related projects.

Janice Ho

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Janice Ho is the Chief Operating Officer of Urban Crops, the umbrella company of Cavaleiro Farm that provides training services to farmers and landowners to help them build more self-sufficient, profitable farms. She also works as a freelance copy editor/proofreader, writer, and marketing and communications consultant. Janice has a Master’s of Criminology from the University of Toronto and has had over 10 years of experience working as researcher in the fields of criminal justice, community services, and population health.