An Indianapolis-based startup is planting seeds of change it hopes can enhance the ways growers and producers get their products into the hands of customers. Kansas Citians are harvesting from it in bushels.
“This is definitely a business of passion for me,” Nick Carter said, recalling his upbringing and days spent on his family’s farm in Indiana.
As it goes, ups and downs in the U.S. economy eventually jeopardized the future of the farm. And amid such uncertainty, selling off its beef and pork became a challenge that could have sown disaster for the family’s legacy. [continue reading]