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191 Josh Heyneke - Small scale farmers going potentially bankrupt with regen duck eggs and fertiliser

November 01, 2022 Koen van Seijen Episode 191
191 Josh Heyneke - Small scale farmers going potentially bankrupt with regen duck eggs and fertiliser
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Investing in Regenerative Agriculture and Food
191 Josh Heyneke - Small scale farmers going potentially bankrupt with regen duck eggs and fertiliser
Nov 01, 2022 Episode 191
Koen van Seijen

A conversation with Josh Heyneke, founder of Parc Carreg  together with his partner Abigail, about buying 10 acres in Wales to farm, Back to the land movement, duck eggs, feed prices, black soldier flies, vermicompost, and the difficulties in the space. After 7 years of regenerative farming they might go bankrupt this month.

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It seems so idyllic, selling your apartment in London, quitting your well-paid job and starting farming. Farming isn’t easy, let alone profitably and ecologically sound.
If Parc Carreg makes it through the winter, they are planning to dramatically change their business and scale their impact.

More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/josh-heyneke.

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A conversation with Josh Heyneke, founder of Parc Carreg  together with his partner Abigail, about buying 10 acres in Wales to farm, Back to the land movement, duck eggs, feed prices, black soldier flies, vermicompost, and the difficulties in the space. After 7 years of regenerative farming they might go bankrupt this month.

Their crowdfunding campaign!
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It seems so idyllic, selling your apartment in London, quitting your well-paid job and starting farming. Farming isn’t easy, let alone profitably and ecologically sound.
If Parc Carreg makes it through the winter, they are planning to dramatically change their business and scale their impact.

More about this episode on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/josh-heyneke.

Find our video course on https://investinginregenerativeagriculture.com/course.

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The above references an opinion and is for information and educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice.

https://groundswellag.com/2024-speakers/

Support the Show.

Feedback, ideas, suggestions?
- Twitter @KoenvanSeijen
- Get in touch www.investinginregenerativeagriculture.com

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“Why back to the land?”
Current emergency, going bankrupt in November
What does it take to help you through the winter?
Profitably carbon negative eggs
Super vermi compost