I think the main problem is designing the property for profit. I'm not saying you can't make money, but earth and people should come first. If you are planning on living there, first take care of what you need, and see how much extra income you actually need to live there, which should be very little. Then you can observe and find out what the property is best suited for. It doesn't make sense to raise cattle if you can raise eel and make 10x more money, i understand diversification, but it seems you are grabbing up more things that anyone can handle, and looking for advice how to implement them. That's the whole point of an ecovillage with a common work model, that all these things can be achieved by say 12 people, sharing work and benefits, instead of you doing all the work and hiring cheap labor who isn't intersted what they are producing, resulting in a lower quality, and allowing the people who buy your produce to do anything they want to get the money, like working for FDA, the FED, drug dealing, insurance, etc.