do you have chemical training----no
do you have farm experience----yes
do you have watering ponds----yes, one. 1/2 acre
do you have access to migrant workers for seed pickin----dont know, mabye
do you have dependants----yes, wife and 5 year old son.
do you have a pension, plan----i am 36, so not much of one yet. Wife has 401K.
does your wife nag at ya----100% supportive sofar. Good woman with green thumb.
is the family into it
do you have a good account with God----In God i trust, all others pay cash.
Negativity is OK as long as its constructive. I understand that there is a flip side to every buisness venture and all is not \"blue sky\", especially in agriculture. If you do this for a living Guy i take your advice seriously. Thank you for your honesty.
This is just the type of stuff i need to hear. The good and bad. If 25% return is the collective average that i can expect to reap in 8-10 years then mabye this buisness is not a full time option for me. The familiarity with the crop and training of app of the chemicals is my current weak points. You have a great point there. My thoughts were that having the proper equipment and the land would give me a little of an advantage on this, but i see where this is not as important as knowing how to care for the little fellars.
Keep it coming, its all good.