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Pure profit: $830,000 in two weeks selling seed potatoes

Warning: Real potato farmers should stop reading here. This might ruin your week. A San Francisco-based company just cleared $830,000 US in two weeks by selling seed potatoes. The potatoes are virtual but the money is very, very real. Zynga is a developer of apps for Facebook and the iPhone. One of their biggest hits is... get this... a game about farming. Farmville lets users own and manage a virtual farm. Apparently it's very addictive. At least, the 20 million users who are currently playing… Continue

Posted on October 30, 2009 at 5:34pm — 2 Comments

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At 4:45pm on September 25, 2009, John Beardsley said…
welcome Andrew. you still writing for country guide If you are i am obviously a less then regular reader! lol
 
 
 

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Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame adds 11 to its roster

In 2023, the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame will induct 11 individuals who have made significant impacts on Ontario agriculture and beyond.

GREENHOUSES, NURSERIES AND FLOWER PRODUCERS – report top Ontario farm income

Total farm income increased in the first year of COVID restrictions.

Farmland as Habitat

Working on farms in rural Ontario, I’ve had the opportunity to see Common Milkweed and Monarch butterflies at all stages of their lifecycle and growth.

Smart Farm Communications Kerr Style

Dan Kerr takes us to the dump and home again in the January-February 2023 issue of Small Farm Canada magazine with solutions for on-farm communications that defy landfill and keep more cash in your jeans.

Take the Time to Write a Plan for the 2023 Growing Season

Time on the land or in the barn gives an undisputed feeling of accomplishment.

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