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This is a group for coffee growers from around the world. Tell us about your coffee and your farm, and meet other growers and roasters.

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Comment by Joachim Oster on November 8, 2009 at 11:31am
Margo,
How many seeds to you need? I can send you some of our arabica kona typica (Kona, Hawaii) in a few days when I pulp the next round. 14-16% moisture should be fine to plant them. I can pack up to a pound in a USPS priority for $ shipping. If you need only 10 - 30 I can use a regular envelope. My email is info@athenaofhawaii.com
Comment by Hassan Afshari on November 8, 2009 at 5:42am
Dear Sirs,

We have a coffee factory in Qeshm Island which located in south of Iran.

We would like to know who has green coffee. If you have any offer please make contact by
bluestarqeshm@gmail.com

All the best
Hassan
Comment by Art on June 9, 2009 at 5:26pm
Pangi,

I am a small coffee farmer in Honduras and I sell directly to small roasters in the US. I bought the plantation last Feb. Although I currently do not coffee from my plantation, I have some great altitude (3500+ feet) coffee that was prepared using the dry process in the Marcala area. I live in San Antonio and am returning home 19 June. I can bring a few pounds of green beans for you to try. If you like them we can talk. Furthermore, I settled near the small town of San Jose de La Paz and would love for you to come and visit the farm (and other farms around). I can even take you to other coffee areas in Honduras (Paraiso, Copan, Libertad) so you can taste their coffee there. You can hop in a Tour Bus and be in Antigua, Guatemala, the same day.
Comment by Luis d. Alfaro on June 9, 2009 at 9:56am
Hi, my family has been in the coffee business for almost 100 years, my inprogress website is at www.costaricaestatecoffee.com
We are in the process of making changes in ou r farm to produce microlots of our award winning coffee, we are located in Vuelta de Jorco, Costa Rica. I will be adding more pictures soon
Comment by Pangi on March 25, 2009 at 7:19pm
Hi all, I am neither a producer or a farmer but am interested in meeting some. I'm a home roaster looking for ways to share my passion with my local community. I might be selling some beans at the local farmers market this year, fingers crossed. If it happens I'll be too big to buy from places such as SM due to prices but too small to make big orders of greens form importers. I would love to know if there are any farmers/producers who sell directly to roasters in the US that would be interested in starting a relationship with small batch roaster? Love to hear from anyone interested. Thanks.
Comment by Hawaiiana Coffee on January 13, 2009 at 8:00pm
We are looking for coffee plantations drop ship their packaged 7 oz. - 2lbs bags of coffee. Use our website to market your coffee.
Comment by Rich Abker on November 20, 2008 at 11:30pm
Jason,

Are you looking for full time employees? What positions are you looking to fill?

:-)
Comment by Colin Newell on July 28, 2008 at 9:02pm
Coming to Hawaii at Christmas - hope to hook up with as many farmers and workers (and Baristi) as possible...
Comment by Gilberto Baraona on June 26, 2008 at 9:07pm
Located in Usulutan Department El Salvador Tecapa Chinameca volcanic Range, specialized in growing Pacamara at High Altitude
Comment by Kona Earth on June 17, 2008 at 5:47pm
I have a ton of Kona coffee farming photos on my website. Feel free to use any of them or let me know if you're looking for hi-res versions or something specific and I'll see what I can do.
 

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