Many farmers talk about diversification within their own asset class. For example, planting different types of crops or growing different types of animals. What most farmers are not looking at is how to diversify outside that class and use the farm to add another stream of income of a completely different kind. In this episode, I talk to the folks at Joshua Citrus, and we learn what they did to survive when they were forced to either look beyond growing citrus or shut down their operation. This is what I call diversification: Where can the farm create income that is not derived from the sale of commodities to an elevator or sale barn?