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Looking for couple to partner up on homestead in Ozark mtns  RSS feed

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My wife is 27 and is local to the Ozarks. She has a background and education in wine making, vineyards, herbs , wild plant identifying and organic farming. I am almost 30 years old, from California and a little all over. I'm educated in animal husbandry, permaculture, and organic farming practices. We have recently purchased 10 acres deep in the Boston mtns in North West Arkansas. The land layout is great. Heavily wooded except 3 acres of field with good soil. Lots of building sites. Lots of potential. .......... So, we are looking for a like minded couple that would like to be apart of this dream. We can do work trade for rent or even owner finance a piece of the property. .... At this point we have 2 streams, hand dug well, 100+ tomatoes and more growing. We have a 25 ft camper trailer that you can live in. We have plans to be certified organic and to start a REAL farmers co-operative for all of North West Arkansas. If this sounds like something you'd be intersted in please contact me and let's talk. murfinpurf@yahoo. com
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Hi Caleb,

I posted a thread seeking something very similar:

I'll shoot you an email too.
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