I’m a 37 year old man with no physical ailments and I want to own and run a small, sustainable farm somewhere west of the cascades, creating cheaper resource solutions for my family and nutritious food for the community. I’d like to begin the process by working on a larger established family farm and gain more experience by working each day to contribute to the success of the farm. If my dedication suits you, maybe I can become a partner or I can buy a few acres to manage on my own.
Enough water and good soil available to make the land feasible to farm, structures and electricity in place.
I've lived on a small, 10 acre homestead/family farm with my wife's family for over a decade now, and in that time I've bred, raised, butchered & processed my own cows, we have a couple dozen chickens, and we have large raised-bed vegetable gardens every year. We hunt and process our own game each year. I worked as a produce manager for a few years so I can work a farmer's market easily, as a butcher for one year, and now I do finish work on newly installed manufactured homes. I plan to continue adding to my abilities with each experience.
Set up areas for gardening & growing marketable fruits and vegetables, maintain fencing and pens/coops for livestock & poultry, keep up with the seasons and the needs of the farm; transport, display and sell what we grow & raise at local farmer's markets and other venues.
Purchase 5-10 acres of my own to become more self sustainable.
My wife and I live in a newer model travel trailer with an attached mudroom with a wood stove. We are happy where we are, but can live almost anywhere that hookups are feasible.
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