Blog Authors are employed or involved with Polyface. However, posts will cover a large genre of topics. Statements, ideas and opinions may differ somewhat from practices, beliefs and vision of Polyface.
Heather enjoys gardening, farming, cooking, crocheting, embroidery, and being with family and friends.
Leanna enjoys farming, gardening, knitting, spinning, baking, and anything that has to do with the homesteading lifestyle.
Sheri enjoys family, reading, writing, baking, quilting, scrapbooking, knitting, gardening, canning, and is very active in her church.
Susan enjoys music, hiking, tending animals, gathering flowers and berries, fermenting, cooking, and making cheese.
Connecting Experience, Education and Enthusiasm in Farming.
- Unique Opportunity for Right Individual(s)or Entrepreneur March 26, 2017
- Whiffletree Farm Seeks Summer Interns March 23, 2017
- Field Manager Wanted - Pittstown, NJ - Organic vegetable production March 11, 2017
- student/apprentice March 10, 2017
- CSA Manager Internship March 10, 2017
- A Virtual Bookkeeper Specializing in Regenerative and Sustainable Farms March 13, 2017
- Experienced livestock/orchard manager looking for next step March 10, 2017
- Husband/wife team looking to help and learn March 8, 2017
- Bookkeeping & Business Development January 3, 2017
Started Oct 3, 2011
Tag Archives: Marketing
Last week we talked about the personality of chefs. This week we’re going to talk about how to make that first contact with them. Step Four – Make Contact You have your hit list, you know the names and back story of your chef, your products are in the right price range. It’s time to … Read the Rest
Today, we’re continuing the Marketing to Restaurants series. If you are just joining us, you can read the other two posts: Preparing a hit list Comparing menu, products and pricing Step Three: Understanding Chefs This is an absolute must for farmers. Many of us farmers are not naturally out-going people-pleasing type people. Yes, that is … Read the Rest
Last week, we created a hit list with all the restaurants in your area. This week, we are going to look at that list and see which restaurants will look at your product. Step Two – Compare products and pricing.Cost is a big deal to restaurants (and all the rest of us) especially in this … Read the Rest
As you have seen from our posts, this week was Chef appreciation week on Polyface. We love our restaurant and retail accounts. The tricky part is getting one as your customer. How do you get a restaurant account? This is a several part process. First you have to find the right place for your products. … Read the Rest
Never Ever Apologize for your Price! I don’t know if I would classify this as Rule #1 in marketing, but it is extremely close the top of my list. This is one of my biggest pet peeves when I’m training for marketing. A customer will say, “Your food is too expensive. I can’t afford that.” … Read the Rest
Let’s talk for a moment about our audience. A big mistake that farmers make when it comes to selling their products is not knowing “who” they are selling to. For example: If you are an artisanal cheese maker trying to sell your cheese, the parking lot of a dollar/super store would be a bad market … Read the Rest