We understand Wall Street and other investments are 'traditional'. We
also believe, as do many, the investment of the future is agriculture.
Everyone needs it - we eat. We're surrounded by agriculture. Talk to us.
There are many in small investing organizations seeking a half million
dollars or more. Our goal is much smaller - for land, and buildings.
With venture capital and angel investors both getting increased
attention in the media, it can be good business to deal with a small
* We don't want to operate on credit - we seek amounts we can pay off as
quickly as possible. Lower amounts help that happen quicker.
* It allows a faster return on your money.
* Payments made as income comes in, until paid off.
* Food or other purchases applied to balance (advanced orders are 'slow money' means of financing growth).
Plans for repayments:
* Retreats - some call it "haycations" - a chance to get away for
several days for a fee. A half dozen successful retreats can raise
repayment fees and allow expansion.
* Animal sales - at $50-100 each for pedigreed breeding stock of rabbits
it would take a long time to raise the funds. With more room we can
supplement with other species, including some there isn't room for at
* Production animals - if we focused on just pigs, at $600 each it would
take 50 pigs to raise $30,000 - our way, in groups of 8-10 or so
animals in large roomy pens - we can do that in a few groups - less than
a year without crowding the area or the pigs. This is relying on just
pigs, and utilizing an acre of ground or less. Planting an orchard our
way will allow crops there as well as using the land under the trees for
raising several breeds and types of poultry. This allows natural
grazing for geese as well as bug patrol and fertilizing of about 3 acres
* Sale of fruits, nuts, berries, herbs, produce and other farm products.
*Clinics teaching others about building, farming, and more.
All of these can bring in income - but all rely on having the ground and
equipment! It's difficult to get sales without having land in place.
You can invest in Wall Street - no longer as 'safe' as once
thought - or Main Street - where you see your money at work daily. Our
full startup - land, buildings, equipment and livestock, is a reasonable
investment - with land purchase being the largest part of that. If
you're looking for a slower, but safer return on your money, where you
see it save a community and benefit not just one but several small
businesses contact us.
Additionally the money provides a basis for some things that are even
beyond endangered breed conservation. It provides precious ground for
pheasants and quail. It provides a stable that can accompany a couple ex
race horses at a time and/or a possible retirement home for carriage
horses. It provides an option for testing working dogs for permanent
homes, aiming at reducing the numbers euthanized for lack of homes.