A Farmer's Guide to the Bottom Line
This book is the culmination of Acres U.S.A. founder Charles Walters’ lifetime of experience, written in his honest, straight-ahead style, outlining how the small farmer-entrepreneur can find his way to a profitable bottom line. A Farmer's Guide to the Bottom Line provides how-to information on each step from planning to implementation of business practices for the eco-friendly farm and includes examples of people who are making a living, and a profit, by demanding a fair price for their labor. Whether you are considering taking up farming as an occupation or just interested in the economics and history of farming, this book is a must-read.
Copyright 2002, softcover, 212 pages. 20 per case.
About Charles Walters
Charles Walters was the founder and executive editor of Acres U.S.A. He penned thousands of articles on the technologies of organic and sustainable agriculture and authored many books on the subject. You can find a full list of books written by Charles Walters here.
Very practical and with a lot of common sense
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