a lot of the pressure of having a profitable farm is off with income coming from the rentals.
I have this in mind for my future farm, whenever I might be able to realize that dream.
Chuck Warnimont

The pressure is never off. But I take your point. This is why I recommend value adding wherever possible. But however you make your nut doesn’t matter. A successful farm is one that can keep farming.

The “try before you buy” is one of the things that sparked the tiny house idea. But there’s been encouragement for the farm vacation idea from both the Alberta and British Columbia governments for a couple of decades. But farmers aren’t always good with people. You need to be, or have with you, people who like people. People who are broadly compatible with others. My brother, for example, is not one of those people.

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