I started watching the Great American Farm Tour every day, but as it went on i lost interest. I wasn't learning anything new. I don't really enjoy having to sit through family time before getting to the useful information, although it seems like lots of people DO like that- which is why Justin is doing so well.
I'm also surprised at the ask of $43,000- Justin I think only aimed to raise $10,000? I can't remember-was it less? but i was on with them LIVE on YouTube when they crashed right through that. It was pretty neat. Point being- 43,000 seems like a lot. I've bought bundles, and courses before and the reality is that i rarely use them. I participate in webinars, and summits- and occasionally get a couple pages of notes that i lose in my stacks of books and other papers. But those things are free- or low cost. So as others have said, i'd really be taking a chance on these courses.
And i also agree about the states issue. I live in PA, in a flood plain at the base of a mountain. GA, KY and TN i wouldn't anticipate there being much that would help with the issues i'm having which have to do with water water everywhere! and cold. and more water. most people are trying to collect water, and sink it- i need mine to DRAIN AWAY. i can't even get my pasture to take hold so i can rotationally graze, to increase the organic matter and increase the water holding capacity because nothing will grow except sedge :/
i just dont see the need when there's already so much information available online and at the library.