Monday, September 27, 2010
“I’ve been trying to make an effort to talk about the farm, the farm, the farm,” Mordhorst said. “Prior to this year, I hadn’t really thought about what a great asset it is.”
It’s the farm, however, that sets her apart, she said. In a challenging economy, the farm gives her some flexibility with supply and pricing, plus a selling point for consumers who want to support local businesses and reduce the environmental impact from shipping products long distances, she said.
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