Today our oxygen blower stopped working. First issue in 9 months of running it 24/7. Thankfully I have transportation and dropped it with the retailer who says he can repair it, and I bought another just to have a backup. 

The temperature is heating up and is as hot as 92 degrees by 9:30 or 10:00 AM. I can tell the fish love it! When we feed, they are slashing about and jumping out of the water. More and more neighbors are coming by to inquire when we will harvest. 

Our farmers market is the first Saturday in Feb. and I’m saving most of the veggies for that—spinach, beet root, and lots of mint—as well as fish. We can now harvest sunflower micro greens 10 days after planting! I’m taking samples to a few places this weekend for sales. That will be fun!

Today’s test was to see how many fish we can catch in a short time and see the various size. Knowing the speed we can fill and deliver an order gives us an idea of next week’s sales. The fish will be pre-sold to stores in Groot-Aub and to a few people directly, 3-4 per package. 

Nashville native, Fisk University graduate and CEO, Sara Davis formed SFI in 2013. She believes that combined good will and the intentional use of resources will eliminate society’s most troubling and penetrating ill POVERTY. She saw poverty first hand during her time as a Peace Corps volunteer. Davis has more than ten years experience in financial sales, management, and business development. SFI's company goal of eliminating poverty is driven by Sara's team approach.

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