Ever think about getting into farming? With the rise in food prices it makes she’s to start hobby farming. That is growing food in your own back yard, this is both substanable and good for the environment. What better day to start than today, your wallet and the environment will thank you.
- Given the rise in food prices, and increased interest in healthy nutrition, many folks are up-scaling their gardens to hobby farms.
- Most hobby farms sit on just a few acres. To provide some contrast, the average farm size in the US is 234 acres.
- A hobby farm is also a place where wild edibles find a home. These include but are not limited to wild cherry choke trees, wild grape vines, mulberry trees, and elderberry bushes.
“Hobby farms can drastically supplement your food and income, and provide the wonderful joy and satisfaction of running your own agricultural operation.”