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Sale sweet corn
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steveii    Posted 09-04-2004 at 13:11:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
has any one gone out and sell sweet corn this summer? growing from your feild..
I have see price up to 4 dollors per 12.
am't sure if I should start that, I really have the tractor, planter, cultivator, disc and more.
but NO dirt!
I am't srue if I should go around talk to someone who wants grow sweet corn and do a 50/50 share or 30/70 whatever...

what's your thoughts.. I am planning doing that next year.


steveii    Posted 09-04-2004 at 20:50:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
yeah, I grew up on farm my self.. have those leave over from farm auction sale, those I did not put on list are keep.

yep land is getting way costy.. I know some people who have land but know nothing of how grow crops! but a little garden....

maybe I should be out looking for a farm job.


donna in w.v    Posted 09-04-2004 at 15:40:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Grow my own but the locals who have little stands get $2.oo a half and $3.50 a dozen and the more you buy the cheaper it gets.


Ron/PA    Posted 09-04-2004 at 14:15:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Steve, you must live in an exceptional area. Here in central PA. $3.00 is too high for even the first corn of the season. Quite often it's down to $1.50 by mid season.
As for going partners, it wouldn't work around here. Either you would lease the ground, or they'de be growing their own corn. Remember, equipment is wayyyy cheaper than land, so if they wanted in the corn business they'de already be in it. Be prepared to pay a fair to high price for a field.
Good luck
Ron


mike    Posted 09-04-2004 at 13:46:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
at local vegatable stand corn is 4 dollars a dozen. A couple of differet farms have kids selluing it at 3 dollars a bakers dozen (13) for larger orders they will sell you corn for 15 dollars per hundred ears. as a kid we earned a ton of money selling strawberries and sweet corn. PLUS instills the work ethic into kids....


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