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Let's say you now own 12K square yards of land. What would you do to efficiently extract profit from that land?
Assume whatever you want from the climate and land conditions
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>>2705088
I'd just build a yurt and live on it
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>>2705088
Maximum profit? Find a jew to lease it to for photovoltaic or wind energy. Non-satanic? Specialty crop like medicinal herbs or grass seeds.
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>>2705092
How about mushroom farming?
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>>2705088
subdivide it into 10 quarter acre lots, build houses and sell for $500k each.
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>>2705088
Do some nice landscaping and build a barn and pavilion in the middle of it. Charge 2K a day for wedding photos in the barn and 10K for actual weddings at the pavilion.
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>>2705088
>How do I exploit my land
You're cancer.
>>2705090
We both know they want a mcmansion, muh truck and don't give a fuck about the land at atll.
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>>2705094
You don't want fields for mushrooms. You want caves, be underground or build a climate-controlled warehouse.
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>>2705099
Quarter acre? Rookie numbers goy; guy at my kibbitz was telling us that he’s putting duplexes on .10 acre lots; says the trick is to put a gate up on the subdivision entrance- it’s like printing money. These foolish goys will see that gate and think it’s exclusive. Even better, reserve about 5 units as section 8 - then you get the feds to underwrite the entire project.
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>>2705099
Build a few yurts on it and Airbnb it out for people like this >>2705090 to pay $700 a night.
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>>2705356
>>How do I exploit my land
>You're cancer.
OK nigger not all of us are filthy rich. You can get profits without harming the environment for example bees or mushrooms
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>>2705088
What’s that, roughly two and an half acres? It’s not very big, so a lot of farming would be pretty small scale or niche. All of the niche stuff is hit or miss, requires a lot of know how, is time consuming/labor intensive, or requires a large investment.

I’ve heard bee farming isn’t very involved after you’ve gotten started and can bee pretty lucrative. There’s absolutely a market for honey and mead, and considering honey doesn’t have a shelf life it’s not like you’ll be stuck with a product that will expire. Ginseng is hands off as well, but it wreaks absolute havoc on the soil. Of course the most hands-off approach is loblolly pine (used for lumber). It takes a while to actually profit, and I don’t think it’s very lucrative, but you don’t really do anything at all.

A wood framed, classic red barn for weddings and parties is actually a pretty good idea.
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I would dig a bunch of ponds and start a turtle/fish farm. Plant mulberry, willow, and oak for some shade around the ponds and biochar.
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>>2705458
Most fish farms moved to SE Asia and South America decades ago. Mississippi was teaming with catfish farms, but not anymore. They couldn’t compete with the imports.
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>>2705373
Why would I pay $700 per night to sleep in a yurt when I own 12k square yards of land with a yurt on it
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>>2705467
How can it be cheaper to import fish than to grow it locally
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>>2705088
I wouldn't.
I would grow crops for my own personal needs and sell only the excess.
The rest of the land I would reforest and use for recreation, and keep it open to my own people for the same.
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>>2705645
Because third world countries are cheap as shit compared to us
If you want to go the pond route another option is make a trophy fishing lake, it's been a thing in Europe for decades now. Look it up and you'll see dozens of different people have caught the same exact "record breaking carp".
Just fatten up some koi, some albino catfish, maybe even some sturgeon, let them go, and then charge people money to come catch them.
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>>2705092
>medicinal herbs
are you a literal retard?
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>>2705088
I wouldn’t try to extract profit from it because I’m not a poorfag and it wouldn’t be worth my time.
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>>2705088
RV parking/storage
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>>2705651
Are you? Lavender, sage, thyme and many others are common high value crops and medicinal usage yields more money than culinary.
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>>2705691
Theyre probably a high value crop because they're extremely hard to grow
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>>2705691
>Lavender, sage, thyme and many others are common high value crops and medicinal usage
That is not the main reason any of those crops are grown.
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>>2705775
It really depends. A lot of money is in the know-how and the ability to do jobs at certain exact times. The main challenges are keeping your field weed free via moldboard plow and selective herbicide use, ensuring good plant establishment and harvesting at the correct time (less important if you harvest the leaves).

>>2705778
Ryegrass is also not mainly grown for lawns, yet some people make good money growing sod and selling turf rolls. If you don't have a lot of land and want to get a profit your options are either leasing it out or finding a niche.
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>>2705787
My only point is that alt medicine is for fags
Herbal medicines that have not been adopted by big pharma , simply do not work
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>>2705861
>big pharma has deposited $.05 to your account
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Yams
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>>2705861
Tend to agree on that, but as long as it's fun to grow and someone's buying, I'm up for it.
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>>2705861
>ooga booga plant no workie if it isn't an extract in pill form
Be a good boy and guzzle your chemicals.
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>>2705088
Rim it with 50 feet of forest.
Plant a round forest in the middle with a cabin in it.
Then you just need a pond.
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>>2705861
They would lose money by doing this because they already have drugs on the market that cost the same to make, but sell for 300x the profit. Oh and these drugs are patented so they have so many years of guaranteed big money. Why would they make products that are better in every way when they could be filthy rich?
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>>2705088
Gonna dig me a hole
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>>2705979
This an old argument and easy to debunk.
Aspirin comes from willow as do many many drugs, even expensive prescription drugs. People do not try to circumvent the drug companies by grinding up willow bark
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>>2705088
Turn it into a Walmart.
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>>2705088
Farm whatever naitive garbage plants grow neasr you and then go sell it for megabux to retards at the local farmwers marlet
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>>2705445
>being so obsessed with money and materials that he uses a computer made by a big corporation
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>>2705088
Build apartment buildings and then don't maintain them and charge exorbitant rent
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>>2706132
Fuck yes look at the giant trolly snake
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>>2705088
I'd dig down 4-5 miles and harvest the geothermal energy
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>>2705088
Potatoes
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>>2708232
>look at that giant trouser snake
why are yuros like this?
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Rent it out to a local farmer to use as pasture for his livestock
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>>2708555
can you read, my son?
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>>2705088
Sell it for a development
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>>2705088
Grow weed. Simple as.
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>>2705445
bum
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>>2708555
Ironic. Mutts law.
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>>2705645
By not paying your workers.
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I would build a small house and plant a ton of trees, space out tall oaks so that they have lots of groom to grow but form a nice canopy above to walk under, plant some fruit trees, leave a couple wide open spots for patches of wild flowers, maybe dig a small pond
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>>2711794
This is to profit spiritually by the way
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>>2705088
>Assume whatever you want for the land conditions

I’m going to assume that the land is located in a place where landowners have mineral rights, and the land has a massive gold deposit.
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>>2705088
Thats gigantic, but I have a somewhat similar problem, there are at least 50 - 100 m2 avaiable to me now but its overgrown with trees around. The soil seems very good but it has a lot of roots. I don't have money and only a collection of hand tools.

Does it suffice to loosen only the top layer like 20 cm? I'm removing the moss and overgrowth cover in a painful, slow process, then try to hack the soil but theres near infinite amounts of roots in there. The other site on the pic is better and shows where I'm constructing a greenhouse now.
>>2711794
I wish I could have trees or fruit bearing bushes but I will steal some twigs this year to begin growing them. Likely a slow and years long process but I have to get started. I plan to take as much as I can with me when I can finally move. This place is acceptable for now, but it unfortunately still has neighbors.
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>>2705861
Doesn't change the fact that lavender oil is valued at an order of magnitude more than seed oils. If you're farming it, you stand to make healthier margins than you would with, say, canola.



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