Farmers may find they have more market share and greater success if they join other organic farmers and work in groups to market and sell their produce.
Farmers doing it alone is a relatively recent phenomenon – for as long as people have engaged in agriculture, farming has been a least partially collective in nature.
If they join other organic farmers and work in groups to market and sell their produce.
Farmers can form groups to provide a better service to consumers, restaurants, markets and other retailers. When farmers take charge of marketing their produce and engage in direct marketing they increase their income potential, and their farm and economic sustainability.