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Farm Flop: A City Dweller’s Guide to Failing on a Farm in Two Years Or Less

This entry is part [part not set] of 18 in the series Best Personal Memoir Books

Peek inside the journal of a young suburban family who made the leap to a hobby farm, only to find themselves returning to the city less than two years later. What follows is the chronological, no-nonsense account of what the Rose family faced and how they handled it. Sometimes they made mistakes; other times they…;





Peek inside the journal of a young suburban family who made the leap to a hobby farm, only to find themselves returning to the city less than two years later. What follows is the chronological, no-nonsense account of what the Rose family faced and how they handled it. Sometimes they made mistakes; other times they found help and kindness in unexpected places. Inside you will discover stories and tips on: finding good land, developing ponds, rotational cattle grazing, how to not get ripped off, farm trucks, tractors, and other engines that fail, Jersey cow milking, good (and not-so-good) country neighbors, seeding, permaculture, gardening, chainsawing, and feral hog avoiding. The information may just save your life, or at least prevent you from making the same mistakes they did.



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