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Aug 24, 2016 6:44 EST

Stanley – BiRDS Family Farm: Our goal is to provide our community with fresh, local, pesticide free produce using aeroponic towers inside of a climate controlled greenhouse

iCrowdNewswire - Aug 24, 2016

Stanley

United States
 
 
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Hello everyone! BiRDS Family Farm is a family owned and operated farm including two veterans. Our family has been scattered all over the globe for years and with our parents nearing retirement age and several little ones on the way we decided it would be great for us all to be close by. Two years ago we found a great 10 acre piece of property in Howell, NJ and recently finished building our first two homes on it. Now we are turning the property into an aeroponic vegetable and blueberry farm to provide our community with fresh, local, organic produce all year! 

This loan is special because:

It helps a local amily farm in New Jersey grow its business and provide fresh food to the community

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More about this loan

Business Description

Our goal is to provide our community with fresh, local, pesticide free produce using aeroponic towers inside of a climate controlled greenhouse. This allows us to grow throughout the entire year with great consistency regardless of environmental conditions. This method is also highly sustainable and great for the environment using 90% less land and water than traditional farming methods. We are also currently preparing 5 acres of our land for an organic pick your own blueberry farm!

What is the purpose of this loan?

We will be using these funds to refinance some of our high interest debt saving us $100 per month and to expand our marketing campaign to include road front signage to attract new customers.

About BiRDS Family Farm

Industry: Agriculture
Years in operation: 6 months – 1 year

A loan of $10,000 helps restructure our finances and expand our marketing.

Contact Information:

Stanley

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