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Farming businesses can not only please your pocket with money but also prove helpful to your health since you are exposed to a good dose of exercise. There are plenty of farming activities done by farmers. Some touch vegetables, some cereals while some livestock. Anyway, whatever the nature of your farming business, there are many potential risks common to all of them. The following are the three potential risks that might give you a difficult time while dealing with your farming business.
Controlling weather conditions is beyond the capability of man. There is no one except nature who can control unfavorable weather conditions. Your farming yield may have to face heavy rain or hail storms and even at some places snowing. These natural calamities could damage your farming produce to a large extent. There is perhaps no workable advice that could protect you from such natural calamities. All you could do is to watch and act once these calamities go away. Sometimes, it may be exposed to floods that could wash away your product entirely.
Livestock is yet another potential challenge for a farming business. Livestock animals such as cows, bulls, horses, and sheep that roam freely might do great damage to your crop fields. However, fencing is one of the best ways out to check the entrance of livestock animals into your crop field.
Prone to bacterial attack
The bacterial attack is another reason that makes farming a risky affair. Your agriculture produce after harvesting should be packaged and dispatched off as fast as possible to your market. It could possibly become deteriorated since it can’t resist bacterial attack for a long period of time. One thing you could do in order to protect your product is to go for cold storage. Cold storage comes in to save your produce from bacterial and fungal attacks.