My farm is a Micro-Farm. It's really tiny. Doesn't even take up my whole back yard.
Here's the growing plan for the vegetable part:
Scale - 1cm=1ft
Orientation - North at top
Climate - Temperate Foothills adjacent to Plains, 800 ft above sea level
Here's the plot itself, all 525 sq ft of it:
I also have edible mushrooms in the cellar and an Aquaponics setup.
Total number of edible wild plants: 4
Total number of Hydro Crops: 13
Total number of types of livestock: 4
Total number of in-ground crops: 48
Even with this little, I expect a large surplus because of my practices... I've tripled the size from last year and there was a surplus then too.
"Knowledge is an immense power. Man must know. But we already know much! What if that knowledge — and only that — should become the possession of all? Would not science itself progress in leaps, and cause mankind to make strides in production, invention, and social creation, of which we are hardly in a condition now to measure the speed?" ~Peter Kropotkin, 1899
That was neat to see the results after putting in my answer. We have 24 acres, some woods (just poplar and some ash, mostly), some sheep, milk goats, chickens, ducks, and rabbits. We feed with our own hay, and i'm hoping to expand our sheep flock ... We have a big garden (50by 60) but with a family of ten (we have eight children), that's a nice "extra" - not even really enough to keep up with demand. But we're also fairly far north in Canada, so growing season is very short...
Seriously Rick? Seriously? You might as well just read this tiny ad: