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How can I make money in farming?


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Get rich from farming activities?


Since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, thousands of jobs have been lost especially in the urban areas. Those who lost their jobs are going back to the rural areas to start a farming business with the objective of creating a new revenue channel. This is a good thing and I wish everyone doing this all the best.
 Having said that, many people have asked me these questions:

  • How can I make a fortune in farming?
  • How can I make my first million in farming?

And the questions continue, leading to the same conclusion: How to make money farming.
I have researched online, and I saw many articles by bloggers responding to such questions. Likewise, many farmers have followed such pieces of advice, but the fortunes seem to be never forthcoming.
If you intend to venture into farming, and you are still wondering how you will make your first million in farming, wonder no more. I have breakthrough advice for you. Free advice but remember to thank me later.
This is what you need to do. You need to start somewhere. Your first step is to develop a strong interest to uncover why millions of farmers who have gone before did not manage to make the fortunes you wish to make. The moment you shed enough light at that level, you will realize that success in farming comes from the understanding that knowing what to avoid is more important than knowing what to do. 
Farming is a business of knowledge. Let's keep learning. 
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  1. Wao! This is awesome. As I start my small scale farming, this advice will do wonders

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