The Fantastic Farm and Garden Calculator is the ORIGINAL crop yield planning tool! Easier than ever to use!
Fully updated and downloadable, simply input your crop yield and marketing goals and let our planning tools do the rest.
- Find out how much you can grow on the amount of space you have.
- Take the pain out of crop succession planning!
- Create a financially sustainable farm plan!
At Fantastic Farm we want you to succeed! The proprietary formulas in our crop calculator reliably generate yield predictions and your unique garden or farm planting and harvest schedules in a foolproof, easy-to-use, downloadable interface. Use the Fantastic Farm and Garden Calculator as a stand-alone tool or as part of our exclusive Grow Your Own CSA suite of over a dozen CSA farm planning tools. Take the headache out of crop succession planting and CSA farming complexity. Get started today!
Gardeners! Farmers! CSA Farmers! FINALLY, a farm and garden planning tool that helps you to get the most produce from your land!
Wouldn’t it be great to have a tool that allows you to type in basic information about your production and crop yield goals, then easily determine how much of each crop you need to plant and when you need to plant it in order to harvest a particular mix of crops at specific times through the season, for a set amount of retail or wholesale sales or to provide for a specific number of people? And, wouldn’t it be helpful for market gardeners and farmers to also be able to make potential retail or wholesale sales projections? At fantasticfarm.org the answer to these questions is YES, WE HAVE IT HERE!
When we started HeartEye Village CSA farm in 2009 there were no crop yield planning tools available online, so we created our own!
We've since made our entire tool suite available to new and existing farmers starting Community Supported Agriculture programs. Whether farming in a rural area, or in an urban setting, the Grow Your Own CSA tool Suite provides information, a set of CSA farm planning tools and a Quick Start Module to help you get started fast!
“The urban-agriculture ones [CSA's] are flourishing,” he said. “There’s a lot of excitement. They’re active eight days a week.” But “community gardens, as such, where people come in to take care of their own boxes — those are not flourishing.” John Ameroso, Urban Extension Agent for Cornell University. Click nytimes for the full article.