Farm Enterprise: Lentils, Wheat and School Fundraisers
Shauna Farver of Farver Farms paints us a picture of her rural life and shares her fascinating farm enterprise where she took a commodity farm product and turned it into a local food value-add product. Now her product is sold all over Montana and has a unique marketing model you want to know about.
HOSTS, AUDRA MULKERN AND KATE DOUGHTY
Shauna Farver of Farver Farms is originally from small town Idaho but moved to smaller town Montana when she married into the Farver Farm family. She writes, speaks and advocates for family farming and has developed an interesting farm enterprise with an even more interesting marketing model.
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