Cooperative farmers need a cooperative partner and the right resources to run a successful business.
Cooperative businesses typically focus on agriculture, with their farmers getting paid for their work and the cooperative taking a share of the profits.
Cooperative farmers are also able to work independently of their employers, providing the farm with the income and resources it needs to survive.
Cooperative farming is also the perfect option for young people who want to get involved in the local community and build a foundation of community.
Learn more about Cooperative farming in the Cooperative farming guide.