Geraldine soon realized that her dream of creating sanctuaries out of dairy farms would become a reality, when she witnessed the first farmer change over to producing plant-based milk, while the cows that had been producing milk were now free to roam the farm. This model is certainly a more cost-effective and easier way to set up a sanctuary and save countless animals. At the beginning of the project, Geraldine was using all of her funds to run Refarm’d as well as getting the full support of her loving husband. The big decision that Geraldine took upon herself was to refrain from taking on any investors and so, not creating any debt by taking in loans. The company is now growing enough for Geraldine to employ people to assist her. The online subscription model will create an income from the sale of the subscriptions, to support Refarm’d to continue its fantastic work, and for farmers to build a new lifestyle where they too can now enjoy sufficient income without overcharging the customer. The subscriptions create the support for the next farmer to start, and with more subscriptions, more farmers can then change over to vegan farming. As one farmer starts producing plant-based milk, he is creating a doorway for another farmer, by providing the necessary support to convert the next farm to a plant-based farm and so the success continues. What a brilliant concept! Refarm’d is not only creating job opportunities, better living conditions for animals and humans but also helping the farmers and customers live an eco-friendly, planet-loving lifestyle! "We would want the farmers to diversify and use their knowledge to make all types of plant-based products like butter, cheese, and cream, so they can diversify and show more and more things for their customers and have more impact and just enjoy what they're doing." Bravo, Geraldine, we thank you for your noble endeavor to create an innovative solution that brings with it an enormous life-saving impact on the animals and humans alike. May Heaven shower unending love and blessings on you and the benevolent farmers working with you.