This makes me think more and more that the food raising operation should focus on feeding the people on the farm, and producing value-added beside that. It would mean the farm isn't a big market garden, it's enough to feed the people on the plot plus whatever product you choose to sell at the market. From looking at other organic operations... it appears vegetables are the worst thing to try to sell! While I admit I'm uninitiated, could it possibly be that raising only the food you need and then focusing on a few value-added crops would be the better way to make an income?
I guess there is only one real way to find out.