I want to start a business in my barn, anyone know a niche to make big money? Worm farm, special plants, etc?

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Question by Moondog: I want to start a business in my barn, anyone know a niche to make big money? Worm farm, special plants, etc?
I have this commerical grade barn, concrete floor, air controlled, about 3,000 sq ft at my home property. It just sits empty and I’m desperate to think of a way to make some extra money. Looking for ideas to distribute, grow, or manufacture something that is possibly a hard to find or niche product I can sell to Wal-mart, or other big businesses. Any ideas? Thank you so much

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2 Responses to I want to start a business in my barn, anyone know a niche to make big money? Worm farm, special plants, etc?

  1. Hi, Moondog,

    You can set up your “barn” as a distributorship. Order products in and sell from there, not just to WalMart. There are lots of online resources for what to buy and where. My store, the Veriuni store, has All Natural products, such as cleaners, nutritionals, and more that you could promote from there.

    You can also use it as your own store, advertise it for people to come and visit you.

    Find crafters and other retailers who would like to rent space from you (that’s a LOT of space!). You could only be open on w/es as a flea market. If so, get busy! Now is a perfect time to get set up, in time for the holidays! Folks are looking for different things now.

    Yvette B
    November 1, 2011 at 6:41 pm
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  2. To keep your barn environmentally safe, I would suggest selling a natural product. Aloe Vera is a good idea since this plant is easy to grow and is very good for giving people optimal health. It is a good niche and you will be supplying not only walmart, but other manufacturers who use it to make shampoo, conditioner, aloe vera juice, etc.

    Check out this source that shows you how to grow the aloe vera plant at http://squidoo.com/aloe-vera-juice-benefit

    Good luck!!

    loan6day
    November 1, 2011 at 6:55 pm
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