That depends on what kind of farming you’d like to do. There are many subfields in agriculture such as dairy, grains, meat, veggies & greens, fruit orchards, vineyards, herbs, organic, and fiber. Once you know what you’d like to produce, you should find a local farm. Ask around, talk to other farmers, and even offer your services as a laborer. This is crucial because it’s how you will get invaluable experience in farming. More information on the site below.
You can always research Community Supported Agriculture farms, farmers sell “shares”, a box of vegetables or other farm products , to consumers for a certain amount. Some CSAs require consumers to spend time on these farms and can introduce you to starting your own farm.
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