Corn Maze Maintenance - Part 1
One of the biggest challenges for a venue that uses a corn maze is to make sure that it lasts until the end of the season. Most venues are o
Sponsors for your Agritourism Business
Sponsors can make a HUGE impact on your bottom line, not only from a product standpoint or for the services or funds they provide, but also
Agritourism Marketing in the Off-Season
This article will focus on those things you can do during the long off-season to keep your guests engaged and looking forward to when your d
Survey Says...What Do Your Guests Think?
It is easy as small business owners to get tunnel vision or a jaded perspective on what our guests want, what is working well, and where...
Best. Year. Ever.
It's that time of year again where we look back on what we accomplished the previous year and set some goals or resolutions for the 365
Animals - Part 4: Building the Ideal Home for Goats
If you’ve ever had goats or watched goats, they have a simple ignorance about them that kind of reminds me of the “class clown” that you wen
Animals - Part 3: Preparing the Right Home
The first thing to remember when you are building pens or preparing accommodations for animals is to build according to the animal....
Animals at Your Agritourism Venue - Part 2
Last time we talked about the decision as to whether or not to add animals to your venue. I posted some questions to help you determine...
Animals at Your Agritourism Venue
It’s not always easy and sometimes it’s not even feasible, but animals can be an important part of an agritourism venue. Since we as a...
Campfires at Your Agritourism Venue
If your venue is in a geographic location that has a cooler fall climate and you don’t offer campfire sites to rent, you are missing out!...