Many farm subdivision lot buyers aren’t typical farmers
By Andrew Gomes firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 2, 2020
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Frank Hinshaw held a cashew nut from a tree on his agricultural land last month in Waialua. Hinshaw also raises queen bees and grows fruit and spice trees. “I’m a gentlemen farmer,” Hinshaw said. “I lose about $40,000 a year farming here.”