- Starting successful Bale business 101
- Machinery list and planting advice
- Marketing and tips
- Bonus overview and thank you
Welcome to my 13th udemy course
I started my own very successful Bale business 5 years ago and was able to make a six-figure income in that time.
I'm going to teach you everything I did and you can take my tips and tricks and Implement them into your own hay or straw bale business.
Disclaimer I am not a financial advisor this is purely just conversation on how you can start your own successful hay business.
thank you so much for checking out my course if you have any questions I will get back to you as soon as possible.
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Hello my name is Chris I am 30 years old and have been teaching 3 years now.
I believe everyone should be a entrepreneur.
But if you're not that's fine too take hold of all the knowledge and lessons that can be learned here on udemy.
You can have all the degrees in the world and still be a knucklehead. Common sense that is taught in these courses will get you farther than half the junk on the internet haha.
But thank you thank you so much for being a part of these courses that me and my wife are putting out.
So Welcome and I hope you learn something from our courses and apply them to your life and teach others.
good basic information
Good things to think about. I’ll have to do more research but hearing from someone else’s experience is awesome.
Thanks for shearing. I like the general information and the soft presentation, but some more specific details would be greatly appreciated.
No pictures, no videos and a very disorganized way of explaining the preparation to this business. The instructor started talking about the field and how to prepare it around 5.5 minutes into the second 10 minute lesson. I would suggest that preparing the field or what kind is ideal, should be the first topic and then the equipment. The instructor was obviously tired and although what he shares may be good information, for someone that does not have experience in this business, the disorganization that makes the explanation an spaghetti of things to get, rent, buy, etc., make it a not very valuable course. I would suggest to these guys that not all their courses should be kept to a 30 (or so) minute limit, the last and bonus video proves that. But thanks for information overview to get at least a glimpse of what this type of business requires.