The strong tug at your heart to have a big patch of dirt, to own acreage, a Maine farm.
That attraction to work the land in Maine is easy to understand. When eight out of ten folks do time day in and out chasing the dollar in an urban area. A city with congestion, crime, traffic and just no space.
Maine farms can mean just the land without the buildings.
Or structures of all types, prices, locations.
And farming in Maine, what version are we talking about?
Raising critters, planting and tending crops?
Or a little of both? Small scale Maine farming is rewarding and you have better control on what is happening around you. Because low or no overhead happens. Work hard, pay as you go. Lots of bartering. And you are pretty much the A-Z of the day to day on the Maine farm daily operations.
Laying hens to make the rounds and reach for those Maine farm fresh eggs.
The double yolk, big orange yellow tasty kind that are home grown on the Maine farm.
Not from a factory prison like operation from who knows where.
It does not have to be comical like the popular 1965 to 1971 Green Acres television series. Where neither Oliver or Lisa Douglas were well suited for the small rural farming life. Like fish out of water.
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Baby Black Angus, Hereford, Charolais, Durhams, Holstein cows dotting the green pastures around your Maine farm home.
Bottle fed Katahdin lambs that are cute, friendly in barn pens.
Piglets squealing, the sound of a tractor making hay while the sun shines.
And getting those bails into the hay mow of your farm barn in Maine.
For the hay burners, I mean horses that you hope to raise and sell.
Pygmy goats that you have 20 - 20 focused on raising a solid herd. Building from scratch a name for yourself. Along with the truck gardening fruit and produce operation for the local farmer's market. Peddling near and beyond your local small Maine town borders. Working on developing outlets for what you raise down state, out of new England.
Here to help and to stretch that Maine farming budget. Not all glamorous but good honest work if you have the right partner.
Want to raise your kids mostly outdoors and learning all kinds of skills on the family farm in Maine.
The one you dream about nightly before the sand man dump truck beep beeps. Backs into your bedroom when it is lights out, another day of slaying concrete city dragons where you are not such a happy camper.
Just biding your time to bail out. Escape the people, gangs, grid lock. To spread your wings, put down roots on a Maine farm property.