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Regenerative Agriculture by Richard Perkins

 
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Hi,

after having read and appreciated Richard Perkins' book "Making Small Farms Work", (really a great resource!), he updated the book by doubling the content, with many more chapters.

The first being a no bullshit, pragmatic and practical book, I expect the second to be even better.

It was sent out to the kickstarter supporters, and will be available on 10th of January for everyone on the website below.
https://www.regenerativeagriculture.co/

Anyone recieved it already?

Read what Joel Salatin, Allan Savory and Stefan Sobkowiak tell about the book...

 
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I got my copy of the book Regenerative Agriculture.

Having just read through a few of the chapters, I have to say it is great, better than the first one. There are really good diagrams showing the workload, costs etc of many different enterprises, and good descriptions. Among other: Mushrooms, Turkeys, Eggmobiles ... etc. Everything in a way that a family can earn the income from it, on a small scale, on a fex hectares.

The book is available only through the link below for sale, either as pdf (~60$) or as a book (~100$ including shipping). It is well worth the money!

https://www.regenerativeagriculture.co/
 
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It's good to know he's specific about workloads and costs. A lot of books are a bit vague, so it's hard to know whether to get started with something and at what scale. I am keen to read this book.
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