Every smallholding will be different and experience different pressures and opportunities. So this guide could never cover the full spectrum of produce that can be harvested through small holdings, ideas to be adopted or reasons to take a specific approach instead, we aim to provide the tools to make informed decisions about potential next steps for your business – especially considering how smallholders can have a significant impact through collaboration and agility.
You may have jumped headlong into a smallholding and are now wondering what you’ve got yourself into, or you may be looking for ways to make the business financially sustainable in a challenging world. Through this Sustainable Smallholder’s Supply Chain Collaborations publication, funded as a training resource under ERASMUS+, help is at hand!
This handbook explores the smallholder challenges, barriers and alternatives to competing in the wider marke.t At the same time, we offer suggestions and examples of how niche markets can be accessed, developed, utilised and expanded maximised through supply chain collaboration.
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