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Apr 15, 2012 11:06 am

I know this is my first post and sounds "spammy" but hear me out.

Agriculture has been one of the most prosperous industries in the US over the last few years. In addition, farmers make excellent prospects for FA's due to: 1) relatively high net worths, 2) their need for life insurance to protect the family farms from the uncertain tax environment, 3) the fact the operate using cash-accounting allows FA's to struture ways for them to reduce their large tax liability in the "good years", 4) the often unrealized benefit of diversifying their highly ag-realted balance sheet, and 5) the fact that most farmers still have home phones.

I have built a datebase of 500,000+ farmers in all areas of the United States. I'm in the process of converting it to a web-based fully searchable database including names, phone numbers, addresses, and size of the farm.

That database will be up and running in about one month.

The cost will be $250/month and it will be limited to 75 subscribers at any one time.

Please contact me at [email protected] if you'd like to know when the database will go live or if you have any questions.

(I promise I won't sell or spam your e-mail, for whatever a promise is worth these days!)



Apr 16, 2012 8:34 pm

$250/month is steep. You should sell the lists by region and give 30 or 60 day rights to them. You'd make a lot more money that way.
Oh and not all farmers have money, and it is continuing to become a conglomerate dominated industry. But maybe you can find a few people who would rather not put time into creating their own lists.
PS you never mentioned anything about them being scrubbed for the DNC and you constantly checking and updating your list.

Apr 28, 2012 8:27 pm

Farmers work with small local banks.