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We've got a 10 acre farm, are partially feeding ourselves with it and have the land loan almost paid off. We've made a chicken tractor like yours but with bicycle wheels, because of our hilly and uneven, rocky landscape and this year are going to send our electric fence into the woods, because of the foraging potential, for juicy bugs, etc. We did just 30 meat chickens last year, x2 this year. We will be using sprouted barley to get 300-350 lbs out of a 50 lb bag. Still experimenting. We're in Maine.
So far, I wish to have a farm. Farms need land, and attention - it is not quite quick money but can give you MONEY and a LIFE. With agrarian you can lose a lot of crops due to pests. There are choices to be made on organic or not... you may change your mind when things don't grow. Pesticides, insecticides, etc really make the produce grow, almost ensure a yield. Organic is risky, and needs more time. Just facts. What could go wrong in pastoral? O! Watch Barnyard just for the heck of it. This video is really great/motivational (great vision), thank you.
Hey Bro! Your advice on "Don't start a Farm if You're on Depts." Has saved me from rushing through it and putting my marriage in a difficult (economical) situation.
Life Saver advise... You are Appreciated.
Keep it up.
Im 13 and was born in Wyoming but moved to north dakota when I was about 6. My grandma and her husband owned a ranch that we would constantly go to. Unfortunately Everett( grandmas ex) decided that since I'm a girl I'm not allowed to do any work. And you cant blame it on age because my brother was allowed to work much younger than I was. But theyre broken up and my grandma has her own farm and has my horse, chick( even though I'm kinda traumatized from something that happened with a different horse) and I really want to own my own farm in the future. Wish me luck!
No matter how you go about starting a farm, nothing is free. Unless you are handed everything, it's going to cost you money. The purchase of supplies, poultry, livestock, feed etc. Yes, you can start up at very little cost, but that's not free. Nothing about a farm is free. Keep up the good work though. Just don't mislead people, not a way to get followers or make friends.
I agree with you, there are gems hidden within a lot of properties.
I am starting my farm with very little money. My lazy neighbor let's his animals free range my land and they are now going to be fenced in my pasture. And as Deep South Danny and Wands would say next step is freezer camp.
To start a farm so easy is only in America possible!
Where I live (Austria -> Europe)
its so hard to start something like a farm! The only things you can sell without licenses are Eggs and stuff you haven't processed.
For meat you need a slaughtering room to butcher them, you need a room for everything!
You are not even allowed to feed your pigs kitchen waste, because ,,it can make them sick"
The meat has to be checked by a veterinary after every Slaughtering.
Sorry if its sometimes not the best English, I'm 15 years old and come from Austria, as i said.
(I speak German)
dang, I just realized I watched this video of yours probably two years ago way before I ever got into gardening or preparing for a farm. It's amazing to come back to your channel, subscribe, and see how much you've grown your channel and knowledge and exposure! Good onya!
For I know the plans I have for you Declares the Lord; plans to prosper you and not to harm you; plans to give you a hope and a future.
Keep up the great work, it really helped me to see your video. ^-^
Y'all who are pissing and moaning about this not being a "no money" farm are idiots. NOTHING IS FREE. To me, 'no money' means I pay my bills and have little left over. I'm betting it was the same for this guy. He took what he had left over and invested it into something beautiful, hence Craigslist and CSA... Chill the F out. If you're looking for free, try welfare. Great video John!! Keep it up!
This video is very inspiring. Me and my wife (just late 20s) so still learning as much as we can. Mainly from your videos lol. But we have some acres and it's always been rented out and they plant corn,beans,wheat,cotton you know. But I have become very interested in the poultry side of things. 200 acres so still plenty left for chickens. Now the thing is I am really wanting to do compost feedings. Is this unrealistic if I am wanting to raise meat birds for the market? Also I am leaning more towards a ranger over the cornish due to she lays more often and maybe have the whole raising cycle right here. egg to table. Is this realistic or is all just a same shit different pile situation?
For all you hater on here..... Check out this guys newer video's. God took care of this guy. His hard work and great attitude has served him well. I would like to do this myself. I have watched your whole series about meat chicken. . Great job John Suscovich.
So I'm not quite old enough to get land yet. 16. But I like to do my research early. I'm planning to start a farm. There's some cheap land around here I have my eye on. This is some great info to have. Some of this stuff is easily over looked but I can tell it's effective
You are right we should have strength and motivation of doing something
I have low saving but need help from someone who has farm like you got
some help 1st time its not a no money you did this with low income
that what i wanna do in future or maybe now ...thank you
great video. only thing is your going to have coyotes etc. dig under your chicken coops and eat your birds. you may want to dig down around edges and bury brick or something so animals cant dig their way in. thanks for sharing :)
I think you are good builder, I like the hutches, I hope you keep strong with your work I think you will be a good farmer, when I started my first farm, it looked a lot worse than yours, but I worked on it regularly along with two other jobs to help fund expenses, I picked rock from the fields for three years, I tilled the fields every spring and fall. You just have to stay determined, and sometimes other farmers might help raise your barn for you. Best wishes for you and your farm. My farm is now just like I knew it would be eventually, I am happy, my farm animals are happy.
I wanna separate me from this world and grown my own food and have my animals, but I don't wanna grow Genetically modified organismes, and I don't want to use pesticides I just wanna grow organic food, and I want water what isn't fluorided what are my best options, can I get fresh water from the ground if I instal a fresh water installment or something, I'm from Europe and I think after 3 years I have saved a 125.000 dollars, I also need a house to live I wanna live with my farm and have more land close to me because some family members will also start a farm close to me and wanna be able to buy land.
What should I do, I don't have any experience with agriculture and where shall I begin and what are good areas for agriculture in Montana, Idaho, North Dakota, Wyoming, Washington, Alaska and Oregon do you know any good regions and do you know any of these states have better agriculture conditions then the other or are they all fine?. Is there also a problem region with hurricanes and nature disasters so yes which states would that be?
Actually I wanted to move to Alaska but I tought the land wouldn't be so good for agriculture or is it fine? Please answer my question you would help me a lot.
Happy new year by the way and good day.
Please help me out I don't know where to begin and answer all my questions.
I'm in... I'm in Fl and want out badly... I want to move to Alaska extremely bad .. is there anybody out there that could help me get my plan together??? I have 0 money and need assistance ....Who should I contact ???? thanks my friend..
thanks for sharing with us this information because farming is one of my wishes but at this moment I am struggling to get a site to start the same kind of business for my email address [email protected] in case you have any advice where can I get a site.
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