Family-owned farms and wineries are struggling to adapt during shutdown
Some businesses have had to close, but others have changed how they work to keep running
With sales up as much as 40 percent after a Valentine’s Day promotion, Crow imagined that 2020 might be their most spectacular year ever. Then the pandemic hit, and seemed to erase years of work in a matter of days.
“I feel like we’re at the starting point, [where] we were 12 years ago,” Crow said.
A bright spot: Demand for beef from their farm has increased 30 percent — and that’s enough to make her feel that their business will pull through.
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