OFI 399: How To Build A Farm Business That Supports Generations | PJ Jonas | Goat Milk Stuff

SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

Our guest today is a repeat guest.  PJ Jonas first appeared on the show in episode #38 in 2015.  At that time she had an incredibly successful goat milk soap business already.  However, in the past three years she has added more products, services, consulting, a podcast and agritourism to name just a few things.

PJ and her family are absolutely the epitome of a family who took a love for farming, combined it with a niche and used strong marketing to produce a legacy.  Goat Milk Stuff is an internationally known brand, and PJ is the go to person in this space.

This episode is full of great advice for anyone who wants to build their farm business to the point in which they are completely self-supported and farming full time.

ADVICE FROM PJ:

PEOPLE HAVE NEEDS:  When you are building your business and marketing concentrate on the needs, wants and pain-points of the people you are trying to serve.  Sales and revenue will naturally follow if you are solving problems for your potential customers.

IDENTIFY: Who is going to do the marketing in your business and/or family?  Make sure it is someone who enjoys it and has a passion for marketing.  If it is not, they will not put the energy into it that is necessary for it to succeed.

 

PERSONAL HABIT THAT MAKES PJ SUCCESSFUL:

NEVER MET A PROBLEM SHE COULDN’T SOLVE: PJ explained that she will not quit until she figures out a solution to any problem that she is facing.  This probably sounds easier that it is.  But in agriculture you will have to figure out how to solve problems, one way or another.

BEST BUSINESS ADVICE EVER GIVEN TO PJ:

GROW SLOWLY: PJ has seen a lot of businesses lost because they grew too fast, but has not seen many lost because they grew to slow.  Growing fast can be very tempting, but growing slow allows you to keep out of debt and control as many variables as possible.

CONTACT INFORMATION AND LINKS:

Goat Milk Stuff Website: LINK

Facebook Page: LINK

 

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OFI 398: Enhance Your Skills Through The FFA | FFA SAE Edition | Brian Gerges | Hackettstown High School FFA

 

 

SHOW NOTES:

INTRODUCING BRIAN GERGES!

When you start reading and learning about starting your own business you hear a term over and over again…that term is “passion”.  People talk a lot about finding this.  The thing that is missing is how you really go about doing this.

I agree that you have to find your passion.  However, that is not always what you would think.  Our guest today, Brian Gerges, found his, and he found it the right way.  Oh, he was in 8th grade when he did this.

When Brian was in 8th grade he started “Brian’s Landscape Management” and began professionally taking care of people’s lawns, etc.  As he describes it, this is his “passion”.

Brian decided to join the FFA because of this passion when he got to high school.  He saw the classes available to make him better at his business and he wanted to take those.  Through the FFA Brian has been able to enhance his skills and move into construction of things like retaining walls in his business.  He has also been recognized for his great business with a state proficiency award.

I think you will be inspired by Brian.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Landscape Management

HIGH SCHOOL: Hackettstown High School; Hackettstown, New Jersey

MASCOT: Tigers

FFA ADVISOR: Greg Amundsen

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR BRIAN GERGES:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Hackettstown High School website:

Brian’s FFA Advisors’ Email Addresses: gamundsen@hackettstown.org

Hackettstown High School’s Telephone Number: (908) 852-8150

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 


OFI 397: How To Start A Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Shop | FFA SAE Edition | Hunter Endicott | Riverton High School FFA

 

 

SHOW NOTES:

INTRODUCING HUNTER ENDICOTT!

One of the things I really enjoy about doing this show is learning new things.  It seems like that happens every week.  This week’s episode taught me a lot.  

Our guest, Hunter Endicott, introduced me to the concept of “liquid nitrogen ice cream”.  He and his brothers started their own ice cream business when he was 14 years old, and Hunter turned it into his SAE.

Hunter has learned a lot about business.  They have their own store front where they sell their ice cream.  They have struggled to keep inventory at times.  And, he has employees that he must manage.

The name of Hunter and his brothers’ ice cream shop is “Eye Scream Labs”.  I fully expect to be buying their ice cream to put in my freezer some day.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Shop

HIGH SCHOOL: Riverton High School FFA; Riverton, Kansas

MASCOT: Rams

FFA ADVISOR: Jacob Larison

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR HUNTER ENDICOTT:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Riverton High School website:

Hunter’s FFA Advisors’ Email Addresses: jlarison@usd404.org

Riverton High School’s Telephone Number: 620-848-3386

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 


OFI 396: Farmers Need To Diversify And Find Niches At All Levels, Even Production Agriculture | Matt Kellogg | Seed Source LLC

SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

Today’s guest is a production agriculture farmer in Illinois.  He also owns and operates a business called Seed Source LLC.

Matt Kellogg’s family has been farming this ground in Illinois for around 175 years.  This is not something that he takes lightly.  He is doing whatever he can to make sure that he can continue this lifestyle and work this ground like his ancestors did.

What really stood out about this interview is the fact that even the large scale, production agricultural farmers like Matt Kellogg need to find niches and diversify to make sure that their business is sustainable.  Matt does creative things to pay for health insurance and to weather the storms of low commodity prices and high input costs.  Currently he is losing money on the corn he is raising based on the input costs and commodity prices.  He uses entrepreneurship, just like small farmers, to keep him in this lifestyle.

ADVICE FROM MATT:

STUDY: Before you dismiss an offer or opportunity, study it.  Take a good look at the opportunity before you decide against it.

BOOK COVERS: Don’t judge a book by its cover.  Matt tells a story of a gentleman from Chicago driving onto his farm and getting out of his car.  If Matt were to have just dismissed this gentleman based on his appearance he would have missed out on a great opportunity.

PERSONAL HABIT THAT MAKES MATT SUCCESSFUL:

HAPPINESS: Can happiness really be a habit?  For Matt Kellogg it is.  Matt makes a conscious decision to be happy every day and to make time for things that bring him happiness.  He takes full responsibility for his own happiness and does not leave that up to anyone else.

BEST BUSINESS ADVICE EVER GIVEN TO MATT:

Matt’s father once told him to listen to people thoroughly and not to be just thinking about your answer before they finish asking their question.  Being an active listener has been very helpful to Matt.

CONTACT INFORMATION AND LINKS:

Seed Source LLC Facebook Page: LINK

Kellogg Farms Facebook Page: LINK

Matt’s Telephone Number: (630) 546-3559

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OFI 395: Kansas Cattle Ranching Tradition Leads To An American Degree | FFA SAE Edition | Michael Olson | Blue Valley Randolph High School FFA

 

 

SHOW NOTES:

INTRODUCING MICHAEL OLSON!

Today we are interviewing a finalist for star farmer in the great state of Kanas!  Michael Olson has a long, family tradition of cattle production and now he is continuing the tradition himself.  Michael is now studying Agriculture Tech. Management at Kanas State University, and he will be using what he is learning there as he moves forward in his cattle production career.

I hope you enjoy getting to hear this young man’s story!

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Beef Production

HIGH SCHOOL: Blue Valley Randolph High School; Randolph, Kansas

MASCOT: Rams

FFA ADVISOR: Anthony Meals

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR MICHAEL OLSON:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Blue Valley Randolph High School website:

Michael’s FFA Advisors’ Email Addresses: ameals@usd384.org

Blue Valley Randolph High School’s Telephone Number:  785.293.5256

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 


OFI 394: Combining Sheep And Crops On The Way To An American Degree | FFA SAE Edition | Natalie Harris | Chapman High School FFA

SHOW NOTES

INTRODUCING NATALIE HARRIS!

Our guest today was a national proficiency finalist in 2016, and this year she will be receiving her American Degree at the National FFA Convention.  

Natalie Harris has been in the sheep and crop production business since high school, and it is taking her to the top.  Now she is studying agribusiness at Kansas State University and using her experience in the FFA to help her succeed.  Her former experience as a chapter president and district vice-president will definitely be a benefit to here, wherever she lands.

I hope you enjoy this show with Natalie Harris.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Sheep & Crop Production

HIGH SCHOOL: Chapman High School; Chapman, Kansas

MASCOT: Fighting Irish

FFA ADVISOR: Johanna Ryckert

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR NATALIE HARRIS:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Chapman High School FFA website:

Natalie’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address: jryckert@usd473.net

Chapman High School’s Telephone Number: 785.922.6561

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 

 

 


OFI 393: Creating Income Off The Farm With Your Farming Skills And Equipment | Chuck Leedy | Leedy Farm & Property Services

SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

Our guest today has a story that is very similar to mine in that he has a heart for service and this manifested itself first in the military, later in local law enforcement and finally in his very own service business, Leedy Farm and Property Services.

Chuck Leedy moved away from his home in Dryden, Virginia a couple of times during his life.  But ultimately, after having children, he decided he wanted to return home and farm.  The challenge for him in doing that was what would he do to produce the income he would need for household expenses not covered by farm revenue.

Chuck decided upon entrepreneurship, but his did not happen suddenly.  He was working as a maintenance technician for McDonald’s at four different restaurants and building his business on the side.  As he continued to build his business he discovered that the reputation he had built for himself in the community from serving as a law enforcement officer was helping him to get business.  This was only natural as people inherently trusted him to be on their property.

Chuck went through the “crazy time” like so many entrepreneurs do when they are trying to transition from their full-time job to full-time self-employment.  Finally, after working many hours per week between the business and the job he was able to break away and become a full-time entrepreneur.  Once this happened he was able to focus more on his business and his farm.  Now he is on a great trajectory to live the life for he and his family that he has envisioned.

ADVICE FROM CHUCK:

COMMUNICATE: Chuck and I both learned through our careers in law enforcement that communication with customers is key.  When he gets busy, something goes wrong or the farm demands his attention he can maintain positive relationships with customers through good communication.

REPUTATION: Chuck has a great reputation in his community, and he does not take that lightly.  That is something that needs to be protected.

RELIABLE: Customers want somebody that they can depend on.  You need to be reliable for them to truly trust that they can rely on you.

PERSONAL HABIT THAT MAKES CHUCK SUCCESSFUL:

ORGANIZED DRIVE: Chuck has a drive that helps him finish what needs to get done.  And he compliments his time in the military for making him organized to get all the different things finished that he has on his schedule.

BEST BUSINESS ADVICE EVER GIVEN TO CHUCK:

This advice was giving to Chuck by his grandfather: “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing it right the first time”.

CONTACT INFORMATION AND LINKS:

Leedy Farm and Property Services Facebook Page: LINK

Chuck’s Email Address: LeedyPSLLC@yahoo.com

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147


OFI 392: Revolutionizing The Family Business With Social Media | FFA SAE Edition | Blake Kennedy | Tecumseh High School FFA

SHOW NOTES

INTRODUCING BLAKE KENNEDY!

Our guest today provided us with a fascinating interview!  Blake Kennedy’s family is in the pig business.  Back in 2001 Blake’s family started a pig sale, selling hogs for other producers and being a market place for show pigs and commercial pigs.

In 2013, as Blake was figuring out what to do for his SAE, he decided that he wanted to take over this sale.  Blake had the idea of turning this into a video sale and using social media to market it.  Since then the growth and response has been incredible.

This has led Blake to be a national proficiency finalist in 2017, and he he will be competing for a national star award in 2018 and receiving his American Degree, in large part due to this great SAE.

SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Pig Sales

HIGH SCHOOL: Tecumseh High School; Tecumseh, Oklahoma

MASCOT: Savages

FFA ADVISOR: Kendall Whittington

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR BLAKE KENNEDY:

Click on the picture below to be taken to the Tecumseh High School FFA website:

Blake’s FFA Advisor’s Email Address: whittingtonk@tecumseh.k12.ok.us

Tecumseh High School’s Telephone Number: 405-598-2113

FFA LINKS:

National FFA Organization

Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE’s)

Support FFA 

Donate to FFA – One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start – pay it forward.

REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA:

  • Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food.
  • Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth.
  • Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store:

“Because American farmers are able to provide for so many of us, they give more and more of us the freedom to pursue goals and livelihoods beyond growing the food we need to survive.”

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack 

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147

 

 

 


OFI 391: 2018 New Year’s Episode | Reflections On Our Farm And Many Giveaways!

SHOW NOTES

Happy New Year’s Everyone.  This is always a fun episode because we announce the results of our silly,

agricultural survey, Autumm and Hattie come on the show and we give away prizes.  Thanks to Aaron Watson and company, this year we have more prizes to give away than ever.

Thank you all for another great year!  We could not do this without you, and we will be forever grateful.

Other Places You Can Listen To Us:

D&B Supply Show

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147


OFI 390: Using Entrepreneurship To Become A Farmer | Tyler Hendrickson | Hendrickson Farms LLC.

SHOW NOTES

KEY IDEAS: 

You many wonder why I have a video of the Oprah Winfrey Show with Jim Carrey at the top of a post about farming and entrepreneurship.  The reason that I did this is that today’s guest, Tyler Hendrickson, said something that really made me think about this story from Jim Carrey.

If you watch the video clip you will see that Jim Carrey visualized himself as an actor long before he was successful.  He then wrote a check to himself for $10 million for “acting services rendered”.  Ultimately what he visualized he was ultimately able to make happen.

Tyler does not yet have a farm.  However, he named his diesel tuning business “Hendrickson Farms LLC”. Tyler knows what he wants to do, and he has visualized it.  He wants to farm, and he has chosen entrepreneurship as the pathway to achieving that.  So, even though he does not have the farm yet, he has the business…..Hendrickson Farms LLC.  He knows that someday in the future he will be selling crops and livestock under that name, and he has chosen entrepreneurship to make that happen.

ADVICE FROM TYLER:

LISTEN: Listen to everyone intently for information that will make it easier for you to succeed as you move forward.

RELATIONSHIPS: Find a way to continually be developing relationships with people as you grow.  These people will help you succeed in your chosen business either by being mentor or customers.

PERSONAL HABIT THAT MAKES TYLER SUCCESSFUL:

DON’T QUIT: Tyler doesn’t do this.  He sees every job through to its completion, no matter what it takes to get it finished.

BEST BUSINESS ADVICE EVER GIVEN TO TYLER:

“If you shoot for the moon and fall short you will still be among the stars”…or something very close to that.  Tyler’s grandfather, through his words and example, showed Tyler that you need to set your goals high.  That way even if you fall short you have still accomplished something significant.

BOOK RECOMMENDATION:

This book is recommended frequently on this show because it works!  Tyler studied it in high school and has developed his whole plan around it.

CONTACT INFORMATION AND LINKS:

Hendrickson Farms Facebook Page: LINK

Tyler’s Email: hendricksonfarmsmi@gmail.com

 

LISTEN TO US ON SATELLITE RADIO! WE ARE CONTRIBUTORS TO “FFA TODAY” ON RURAL RADIO SIRIUS XM CHANNEL 147! “FFA Today” airs on Rural Radio Sirius XM Channel 147 Saturdays at 7:30 AM Eastern and Sundays at 6:30 PM Eastern. Please let RURAL RADIO know that you like hearing us on their channel!  Here is how to contact them and leave feedback: Email: zacht@rfdtv.com Website:  RuralRadio147.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RURALRADIO147