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$50,000 a Year Income with a Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems

 

$50,000 a Year Income with a Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

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The main cost factor difference between a backyard Portable Farms® Aquaponics System and commercial Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems is labor. This single factor means a family can actually make a very nice living from their large backyard Portable Farms® installation. It is the labor that is the deciding factor. If the labor costs are taken out of the commercial installation operating expenses, the ROI (Return on Investment) or payback time is cut IN HALF.

That means that a large ‘backyard’ installation with only 2,000 sq ft (200m2) of grow space can produce an income close to $50,000/year in net income by selling the food grown in the farm. That is a VERY lucrative business investment and a fantastic way to grow a home-based business. 

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Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, working in a Portable Farm

Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, doing chores in a Portable Farm

The labor is NOT FREE. It is provided by the family who are doing the work and reaping the benefits which include a very substantial income from the produce coming out of their Portable Farms® Aquaponics System. Plus, the entire family is enjoying the best food on the planet and enhancing their health as they work; please note, caring for a Portable Farms Aquaponics System is NOT HARD WORK, it’s simply daily chores that include planting and harvesting and feeding the fish.

Everyone in the family is part of the business and because they are engaged in raising food they are much better off than anyone else around them in case anything happens to the economy. Freshly grown food that locally available will always be in demand regardless of economic tides.

PFAS LLC recommends starting your business with a smaller installation, perhaps a 20 x 40’ containing two commercial size (200 sq ft) Grow Trays. This size will feed 16 people their table vegetables year round forever OR provide local high-end restaurants and markets with high quality, high-value vegetables year round for which they will gladly pay top dollar to receive. Then, when your markets are screaming for more of the locally grown, pesticide free vegetables and pesticide free fish, you can build a larger building perhaps even one that can be expanded over time as your family becomes familiar with the ongoing operations and can handle a larger installation on a daily basis.


Read Five New Ebooks About Aquaponics-Related Topics
Written by Colle and Phyllis Davis, Inventors, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems and Published in 2015

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Commercial Aquaponics GOLD
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Listen to an important message from Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, Portable Farms® Aquaponics Systems

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 Listen to Phyllis Davis tell you about AQUAPONICS GOLD.

Backyard Aquaponics GOLD

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An overview for those considering the option of installing an aquaponics system near their home.

 

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This ebook discloses the facts, figures and formulas necessary for successful greenhouse and warehouse aquaponics growing. 

 

 Solar Aquaponics GOLD

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Let us show you HOW, WHY, WHAT, WHERE and HOW MUCH it costs to install your own solar powered system for YOUR aquaponics system.

 

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  1. Eduard Tamondong

    Colle and Phyllis,

    I once tried creating my own aquaponics using my aquariums and some stuff that I bought in the hardware. It was fun and somehow I was able to have 45 of my 50 red tilapias grow at full age (all male), had a hard time growing my plants probably because of the limited sunlight. Now, I am thinking of loaning from the bank and starting a business on this here in the Philippines. Can you give me a possible minimum amount that I need and also some tips? (including the rent of a good land and construction of a good greenhouse). I am thinking that I need a land, greenhouse, generators, lights, aquariums, and other stuff needed for it to be started. Also at what scale should I do this?

    Thank you very much,
    Eduard

    1. portfarms

      Eduard,

      The Commercial Aquaponics GOLD book covers all of the information you will need to start your aquaponics business anywhere in the world. There is even a Business Plan Template you can use to present to lenders.

      The scale is dependent on your local high end market. Marketing is THE MOST important facet of your success.

      Good luck.

      Colle

  2. Vincent

    I am interested in hearing about the adaptability of your system in very warm/hot temperatures. I reside in South Florida and am interested in getting one here as a POC and then putting commercial systems in the Bahamas.

    What types of limitations on produce, fish are there where it is very hot? Can I grow Tomatoes year round in your system, something I could not do if I put them in the ground?

    1. portfarms

      Vincent,

      The Portable Farms® Aquaponics System is not a concept, it is a proven technology. We still suggest that those interested in leveraging the technology into a commercial setting build and operate a pilot project to prove to themselves it works and to get their ‘hands wet’ as we say. The learning curve is not steep, but learning the requirements of the systems is vitally important. The fastest way to come up to speed on the PFAS is to take the Aquaponics University Portable Farms Aquaponics Systems Course©. If you subsequently buy the commercial package, PFAS LLC will reimburse you for that tuition.

      The PFAS must be installed in a climatically adapted structure, this means that the temperature must be kept between 45 and 104 degrees F (5 and 40 C). The Bahamas will not present much of a problem keeping within that range. The AU Course covers the various requirements for all types of climates. It also covers how to regulate the temperature by adjusting the timing on the circulation system.

      Yes. We have had fantastic results with tomatoes. Sprinkling a very light application of the FF-Mineral Rock Dust has made all the difference in the world.

      We trust this information nudges you to enroll in the AU Course to get your project started.

      Colle Davis – Inventor

  3. Neil Palmquist

    Colle and Phyllis:

    I am deeply interested in this route and am looking into funding options. I will need to find a suitably zoned property and a climate controlled greenhouse structure suitable for New York State. Do you have any recommendations for our region and weather? (Elmira, New York)

    Also, I made note that you have relocated to Southern Florida. Have you established a new facility for touring there and/or do you have any customers/clients in the Northeast that may be willing to accommodate a visitor?

    Respectfully,

    Neil Palmquist

    1. portfarms

      Neil:

      Having grown up in Ithaca, New York, I fully understand the need for a climatically adapted greenhouse in Central New York. Any of the major greenhouse manufacturers can help you with the project. The guidelines are the interior temperature needs to be kept between 40 and 104 degrees F year round and 76 is perfect, but not necessary.

      We are not building any new facilities in Florida. If one of our clients decides to put in an installation and offer tours, we will announce that fact in our newsletter and on the website.

      I trust this information is helpful.

      Colle Davis – Inventor

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