Farmer composts 14 million dollars to build soil, Regenerative Permaculture Farm and Garden podcast 17

Farmer composts 14 million dollars to build soil, Regenerative Permaculture Farm and Garden podcast 17

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I was just on a farm that was going to bush hog millions of dollars into mulch. I’m not making this up, true story. Besides what money/value being bush hogged they are also spraying a few more million dollars of real world value with round up.

We also look at designing a tree nursery that is ethical, low energy, high cash flow, no planting cost and ends inventory issues.

If your need money to buy a farm, change how you see money, resources and value. In today’s world there are a lot of want to be farmers that THINK they can’t afford farm ground, tools and plants. The reason that future young farmers have such a hard time is that they want someone to give them something for nothing or that wealth only comes from a pay check. Money is all around each of us, most folks just don’t see it. If they don’t see it, they have to trade labor and time for money. This approach is common, but not as productive to build wealth as understanding value. Once you see the value all around you, YOU have to do the work.

5 thoughts on “Farmer composts 14 million dollars to build soil, Regenerative Permaculture Farm and Garden podcast 17

  1. Lol.you talk about oak trees.this last deer sesaon I was looking for what to feed the deer to get them coming to my feeder.cause I didnt have the money to buy deer corn.but the deer come to those oak trees by the hundreds.
    For the acorns. Im thinking how the heck can I sale all these acorns to deer hunters.Now I pick up all those acorn for free deer feed.

  2. Hey Clint I am really enjoying all of the podcasts you are putting up. I have a request for a podcast however. I was curious as to what kind of licensing/permitting as well as any insurance you need down there in Tennessee. I am up in MN and have been doing some researching on the start up costs of many of the ideas you have shared. Which I will agree with you I think most of your ideas and especially “stacking functions” is brilliant. Up here it seems I pretty well need a different license or permit for everything along with yearly inspections and pages of statutes on the do’s and don’ts. I know you are not anyones legal council but I am curious on the journey you took.

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