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Permalink Farm Commons Posts Free FAQ Series

The nonprofit organization Farm Commons has recently posted a series of eight Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) publications on its website. The publications are available for free download. They include the titles Land Leasing for Your Sustainable Farm Enterprise, Managing Food Safety Liability Risks, Agritourism on Your Farm, When People Work on Your Farm, Building Good Contracts and Sales Agreements, Building the Right Business Structure for Your Farm, Purchasing Land for Your Farm Operation, and Adding Value to Your Farm Products.



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