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  Baldwin City
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Seeking NEW FARMING/RANCHING PLACE    (Posted Sat, Oct 13 '12 at 11:41 UTC)

We are a family of three wanting to move off our homestead in Kansas to run a farm/ranch full-time. Our ideal situation would be an already established organic farm in a warmer climate.

We are college educated, been gardening all our lives, and ready to make the move to a longer growing season. We are open to do a direct purchase, crop share, co-own and operate etc. We are energetic, highly motivated self-starters with extensive know-how and experience with organic/biodynamic/sustainable/permaculture techniques, growing and marketing,cheese making, dairy/meat goats, sheep, equine, and poultry and basic maintenance to manage a farm.

Please feel free to contact us with any possible matches in any part of the world and for more detailed information, resume, and interview.

 Zhengzhou China
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 Pierce City, Mo
Re: Seeking NEW FARMING/RANCHING PLACE    (Posted Wed, Nov 14 '12 at 04:35 UTC)

It may not be far enough south for you, but I have a 200 acres certified organic farm for sale with home in South West Missouri. Pierce City is a small quiet town with good schools. I can sell the home and three acres or divide it into larger parcels. There is a barn and two 21 x 60 outbuildings a 40 x 60 barn and and a machine shed 40 x 60, three ponds and five acres of woods, property is fenced and paved on three sides. Home is two story with oversized detached garage. Home has almost new siding and insulation, almost new well and septic. Property is curently in certified organic row crops.If interested please call Jim 417-489-8318

Jim Henson
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