A faith farm is a farm that is owned by a church or church-affiliated charity and operated as a religious organization.
Faith farms can operate without any of the restrictions that apply to other farms.
For example, faith farms are exempt from certain restrictions on farming or livestock management, and their products may be sold at a higher price than the average supermarket.
But faith farms must comply with certain rules and regulations.
Here are the key points: Religious organizations can operate faith farms A faith farmer may operate as a private, nonprofit organization, but may not operate a farm or farm-related business without a church endorsement or a church’s endorsement.
For instance, a faith farmer that has an affiliation with a church may be permitted to sell farm products to other people but not to members of the church.
The church can approve a church-owned farm as a faith-based farm.