Based on our experience, these [expenses] should average $12,400-25,500 a year for a farm of his size, leaving him with a $121,500-134,500 net profit.Their student is generating 75 cents per net pot hole, which equates to roughly $2,000 - $3,000 per week in his system. As in most endeavors, profitability increases with size and volume. It also helps that their student has performed a large part of the labor and maintenance without needing to hire it done during the start-up stages.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Commercial Aquaponics Business Plan
I am a subscriber to the commercial aquaponics newsletter published by Friendly Aquaponics. A recent issue provided a detailed breakdown of the earnings possibilities provided when you couple an experienced business person with a powerful low input - high output business model: aquaponics farming. Based on the actual results of an aquaponics operator using the Friendly Aquaponics system, one of their most successful students is earning a six figure income with aquaponics. From the newsletter: