becoming a farmer
That is very interesting.
I really wish he wouldn’t have worn that shirt/jacket. I thought he was from the future and it scared me.
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I just found this forum and although it seems inactive for the last couple of years, I wanted to recommend the Small Farmer’s Journal for a well written philosophy of living sustainably and provides a lot of support for horse powered farm work. Although the request for a list of items to start farming has hopefully been fulfilled already, another source is a book called Starting Your Farm. Both the Journal and the book are written by Lynn Miller from Sister’s Oregon. Since I live in Western Oregon, I like the local source but he has articles from all over the world discussing how horses use no oil and help fertilize the land.
You can call them at 800.876.2893. My plans are still getting going with only about two acres to take care of but I am looking forward to getting started.