Living on a homestead is a dream life for many folks. The only thing that could make owning your very own patch of sustainable land is perhaps to be able to earn a living working without having to leave it, as well. We stumbled across a great article on Practical Self-Reliance that inspired us to delve more deeply into the subject.
Homesteaders with a desire to work full time from their homestead truly do not need to skim another list of casually thought out ways they could earn enough money to pay the bills courtesy of their land – or at least by ditching the regular 9 to 5.
You can make an extra $1,000 a month on a small homestead and not just a little extra cash to buy seed or feed with, as long as you are willing to roll up your sleeves and put in the time.
As an added bonus, many of the ways you can make money working from your homestead will enhance your self-reliance skills set in the process – making it a win – win scenario.
Top Ways To Make $1,000 A Month On A Small Homestead #1. Produce Stand
Setting up a farm-side
Originally posted on Ask A Prepper