“I would love to homestead… But I don’t even know where to start!”
If that sounds familiar, you are not alone.
Over the last 2 years we have been doing a survey here at our site.
We found most of our followers are either new homesteaders, or are homestead dreamers.
What was the number one thing people mentioned needing help with on their homestead?
- Not how to make money raising pigs
- Not how to raise enough food for your own family
- NOT EVEN how to fence in goats
The number one problem people are having with regards homesteading?
I want to help you start homesteading this year.
No more waiting. No more dreaming. ALL DOING.
Since we have moved to a new homestead in a new state I have been paying special attention to the things that need to be taken care of so someone can actually start AND MORE IMPORTANTLY continue homesteading without burning out!
I have taken notes on all these steps, and compiled this info into a simple process that you can replicate, which will be presented to you in this online course.
This course will walk you through the journey that it takes to take a dream and turn it into a farm fresh eggs on your plate each morning reality.
To begin taking this course, be sure you are LOGGED IN to the website, then click on lesson 1 below. If you have not setup a FREE ACCOUNT just JOIN OUR EMAIL LIST, take the survey that is sent to you, and you will gain access to the free course!
- Start Homesteading Today Course
- Lesson 1 – How To Start Homesteading Today
- Lesson 2 – How To Find the Perfect Homestead Property
- Lesson 3 – Your First Garden
- Lesson 4 – Your First Livestock
- Lesson 5 – Grow Your First Homestead
Barbara Brand says
Hi Austin! This is the milk stand my friend and I built. My cows are classic size and smaller, so this one will look a little different as it needed to be adjustable. I also included a swing bar to help squeeze the cow to the milking side. You will notice there is no feed bin in the front yet as I have to move it to the barn and it could get damaged as I do that with the tractor. Once it’s in the barn, I can add the feeder on the front. Yes there are rubber mats for the bottom, but again all will be assembled a little later. This was a fun build, and my friend already has an order for a larger one. My brains in planning and assisting, his brawn in building.
Kitty HO says
Hello! I am Kitty Ho from Hong Kong. I would like to make a video to promote Jersey Cow to the public in Hong Kong. I love your video “Your First Cow – Basics, Safety and Where to Start” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WM4eVsXI-0&feature=youtu.be published on Youtube with beautiful scenery and lovely cow. I would like to use some shots from your video with a minor change. Please kindly let me know the copyright fee if you would like to accept my offer. Looking forward to hearing from you!
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Darla Green says
We are wanting to start homesteading, unfortunately we are also heading toward retirement age. We need information
Nelson Savarie says
Hello , i currently want to make my 5acres a homestead can you guys help with getting me started ?
Francina VanderMey says
I would love to learn more about homesteading. I’m so stoked to listen to your videos. They look like incredible wisdom!
Thanks for watching Francina!
Tommy n big Mike says
I’m in Martinez CA. I need help to start our homesteading could you help us get started please thank you God bless you. Information on what .where how who do we get a hold of.thank you. Tommy Castillo and big Mike A.Sp
Silas Troy says
I am thinking about fencing in my 10 acres in north Florida and getting goats. My roommate says goats will eat even things that can harm them and maybe kill them. I don’t know what to look for.
Silas, it is true, goats will eat poison plants that kill them. I would suggest searching for a list of plants poison to goats, then find a list of what grows in your area, and take a few long walks!
John Bergman says
I have more skills then I though I had.