We lost. We lost because it was obvious that the contest organizers and judges were intent on rewarding young hip computer-savvy women for their businesses.
We put in a lot of hours. Participating in this contest enabled us to refine our message, and improve our social media skills.
We really appreciate all who supported us from throughout North America. I know there are many who put in extra hours and risked aggravating their friends and relatives, bugging them to vote daily for two weeks.
Well, besides catching up on all the farm work, we’re now attending the Year Round Farmers Market on a regular basis. Soon, we’ll have salad greens, as well as rhubarb and eggs.
Later this year, we’ll be running a Kickstarter project for funding the cajeta project. We plan to purchase the container for the commercial kitchen this winter, getting it built out and ready for spring, when we begin milking several goats.
It’s time now to get back to work on some new blog posts, catching up with all that has happened in late April and early May.