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The bottom line of your homestead farm’s economics.

  • Are you all about a good environment for the kids?
  • Making some money?
  • Having good food to eat?
  • Helping your local community?

All of the above are possible and important. The economics of a homestead is about the whole thing, it’s a holistic perspective of success. Mark had two discussions on the topic in his daily YouTube shows covering the topics of

  • Self relience and discovery
  • Yes, you need to make money, but opportunities abound if you’re willing to do things others won’t do
  • S.L.E.: Significant Learning Experiences. We’ve had a lot of them.  Mark shares some of his over the years.
  • FREEDOM: you are you’re own boss, which can be an SLE in and of itself!
  • The key is to DO THE THING.
  • You have the ability to shape your world. Homesteading isn’t a place or to-do list.  It’s a mindset.
  • Scrounge: make the most of what other’s discard. The old saying “waste not, want not” applies here.  Opportunities abound to be creative, save money, and learn things when you scrounge.
  • And more!

There are many values inherant in farming practices. When you can see the whole picture, the total bottom line is much more profitable!

Join us

every weekday evening on the Baker’s Green Acres YouTube channel for more discussion about homesteading, farming, raising animals, improving soil, growing kids, and lots more.  Wednesdays are dedicated to YOUR questions, so be sure to catch that show with your questions. 

Anyone Can Farm!