1. Jermaine Quntifa joqua

    Jermaine Quntifa joqua2 hari yang lalu

    Where do I sell the products?

  2. Bakka Karriem

    Bakka Karriem7 hari yang lalu

    Honestly, I don't see the issue with your streaming. I'm still watching. You just have commercials.

  3. Heidi D

    Heidi D29 hari yang lalu

    Love it! So helpful. From the other coast

  4. J Rhoads

    J Rhoads29 hari yang lalu

    Great to know. Tks.

  5. AA Just my life Louis Young

    AA Just my life Louis YoungBulan Yang lalu

    Nice job 👍

  6. The Messenger

    The MessengerBulan Yang lalu

    Do you automate your business and have people working on your farm when your out of town or state.


    BACKYARD FARMBulan Yang lalu

    It's heartening to hear about more and more farms boosting their incomes -- sometimes even by six digits a year -- just by opening up for a few weekends of the year for agritourism - hosting community and tourists on the farm Your agritourism rural small businesses can start small by first inviting only specific small and more predictable groups before opening up to the general public, making sure your agritourism service reflects your true farm and your own interests. For example, invite a local Audubon group for a small fee to tour the farm in the early mornings, and end with a late morning farm harvest meal and a bird feeder-making demonstration. Allow a small scout troupe to tour the farm before inviting multiple classrooms of public school kids. Offer a garden cooking demonstration for a maximum of 10 invited from your local senior center or garden club. When starting small, newbie oversights and first-time "disasters" will also be small, and the eventual success in this rural small business has a better chance of becoming both enjoyable and prosperous. Much more information is offered in the title, The New Agritourism Visit My Blog...

  8. broke farmer

    broke farmer2 bulan yang lalu

    Wow backyard farming.

  9. Farmer Kevin

    Farmer Kevin2 bulan yang lalu

    I have $300 to start a microgreen.

  10. Rob Man

    Rob Man3 bulan yang lalu

    Check out and subscribe

  11. personalwellness services

    personalwellness services3 bulan yang lalu

    Thank you from Toronto.

  12. Moochoo

    Moochoo3 bulan yang lalu

    Awful and cruel industry. Hopefully this ends soon. Supporting every non-dairy alternative with more and more coming daily to help end the cruelty and exploitation of these beautiful animals. Animals are sentient beings not machines. Please consider switching to plant based options. Better for your business, health and the planet. #ditchdairy #dairyisscary #dismantledairy

  13. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis Stone3 bulan yang lalu

    I eat animals and support farms that use them in a holistic way. That's a far better way to do something about animal welfare. A good farm that gives the animals room to roam and live their lives much how they would in nature is actually more humane than in nature. Nature can be nasty and cruel. If you understand that, good practices can find the best of both worlds.

  14. Dave Wuz Here

    Dave Wuz Here3 bulan yang lalu

    I was expecting cows and sheep lol

  15. Right Coast

    Right Coast3 bulan yang lalu

    For a super cheap bubbler, you could start out with a bilge pump with some pvc.

  16. Whatsapp Cool Status

    Whatsapp Cool Status4 bulan yang lalu

    What to grow in pakistan .becuse salad green is so cheap like its free 0.30 dollar /pound .any idea what i can grow in 100 square meter .

  17. Ryantube 777

    Ryantube 7774 bulan yang lalu

    Use tourism as a way to make money example have a 5$ admission fee per person give 'em a sickle let them de-chaff the wheat and they pay you

  18. Donald Sullivan

    Donald Sullivan4 bulan yang lalu

    full of shit

  19. Michael Cabada

    Michael Cabada4 bulan yang lalu

    I got 2 acres in northern Arizona, ash fork to be exact.. Need to put it to use.

  20. kal

    kal5 bulan yang lalu

    Very nice. How did this year go with all the rain?

  21. Stuart Beverly

    Stuart Beverly5 bulan yang lalu

    Call great fantastic

  22. Grady Rigby

    Grady Rigby5 bulan yang lalu

    I'm very interested in my own market garden. I have about acres to work with and recently purchased an older model Troy bilt horse tiller with row Hiller attachment.

  23. Cecy Flowers

    Cecy Flowers5 bulan yang lalu

    Thanks so much for the information!

  24. psalm

    psalm5 bulan yang lalu

    I need to get the fuck out of California

  25. The Rock

    The Rock5 bulan yang lalu

    I have a piece of land that’s 1250 acres but I haven’t done anything with it and don’t know what to do with it.

  26. The Rock

    The Rock5 bulan yang lalu

    Taylor Yes I sure do

  27. Taylor

    Taylor5 bulan yang lalu

    The Rock You do not have 1250 acres, lol.

  28. The Rock

    The Rock5 bulan yang lalu

    Elgen Chappa I don’t get it

  29. Elgen Chappa

    Elgen Chappa5 bulan yang lalu

    Pour a concrete slab.

  30. Sophia Dominguez

    Sophia Dominguez6 bulan yang lalu

    how do i find customers?

  31. Mike M

    Mike M6 bulan yang lalu

    The green harvester ... what is it used for? How?

  32. Nicole Mmdu

    Nicole Mmdu6 bulan yang lalu

    thank you. :')

  33. King Truly

    King Truly6 bulan yang lalu

    can't make a great farm without some top notch hoes thats pimpology 101 farmology 101 too

  34. King Truly

    King Truly6 bulan yang lalu

    word up chris why BC is it better to start a farm out of the USA less regulations or is it all good anywhere ?? the suits don't like self reliance me thinks

  35. Tdawg21

    Tdawg216 bulan yang lalu

    how has the mesh on the washing table held up over time? any rusting? I was thinking of making one out of stainless steel mesh instead. a little more expensive but it wont rust.

  36. gangrail

    gangrailTahun Yang lalu

    i am looking to buy a new house and get started in a new area of living and starting fresh from a retail job and a new life, i would love to learn how to improve the quality of the soil and to get the land ready for farming

  37. Heritage Farms Texas

    Heritage Farms TexasTahun Yang lalu

    Great video. Heard about you guys on White House on the Hill channel. Just subbed. Check us out, we are just getting started with our channel. Thanks.

  38. Ride Alongside

    Ride AlongsideTahun Yang lalu

    Save some money for electricity! And water. That isn’t mentioned at all here.

  39. Isiah P

    Isiah PTahun Yang lalu

    Would you advise starting a small farm on a property you don’t live on ? (Let’s say 20 minutes away from home)

  40. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    Sure, that's how I started.

  41. VixeDyA

    VixeDyATahun Yang lalu

    was easier in Stardew Valley

  42. JuicyVeganDwarf

    JuicyVeganDwarfTahun Yang lalu

    I love everything you are doing Curtis. I have been watching your videos for a while and purchased your book a few months back. I have recently decided to sell my current small business and my little VW campervan too as they are really the only high value things I own. I will use the money to take the plunge and gett into farming. I am looking to start with microgreens and work my way to producing suitable high value high rotation crops for here in Scotland. As you are a business man and on top of you game I wondered if we could do something that would benefit both of us on a joint project. Due to my physical disability (pseudoachondroplasia) I have always been restricted from working outdoors or with nature but I am sure there will be ways I can overcome these obstacles. I wanted to see if maybe you would consider doing a collaboration video or mini series of videos together. Taking someone not only with no farming background but also a physical disability from just a block of land to a fully working farm. I would do most of the work and fund it. I would just enjoy working with you to film the process as it will be some totally unique content for your channel and would be incredibly popular. It would also give me publicity and help with a boost in the early stages. Please let me know if this is something you would consider. I am sure if we can make it happen that it would inspire so many others who feel that they are physically limited and as such have not made the move into starting their own urban farm to give it a go. You are amazing at what you do and the world loves unique content, this could potentially be a win win for everyone. I can raise the money by stretching what I have. I am also incredibly motivated and determined. My children, one of whom also has my condition, will also be helping me with the farm. I am looking to show the world what is possible even in the face of adversity. Long term I want to build something that inches towards a more sustainable future whilst also being able to work as a team with my family instead of being away from them all the time pigeon holed into a job I do not enjoy. Would love to hear your thoughts. Hope to speak soon. Best Regards Steve (AKA the JuicyVeganDwarf)

  43. willieboy

    willieboyTahun Yang lalu

    1:42 I like that idea in thinking about spending....look at the perspective! as little room as herbs take grow them indoors in a green house, seems you can spare a 10 by 30 foot area???

  44. Saylus Alvares

    Saylus AlvaresTahun Yang lalu

    Well, growing is not a problem. What about selling, that's the hardest part no?

  45. Dave Wygonowski

    Dave WygonowskiTahun Yang lalu

    My problem is I have the money but don't have the land. I am conStantly looking for land to buy of even lease but no such luck so far...

  46. Rico Firmino

    Rico FirminoTahun Yang lalu

    Thank you so much for sharing this knowledge 🙏🏼

  47. LaLaLaLa

    LaLaLaLaTahun Yang lalu

    It's really hard to rent small spaces of land.

  48. LaLaLaLa

    LaLaLaLaTahun Yang lalu

    Thousands of people are doing this? @Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

  49. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    Depends where you are I guess. It’s been easy for me and thousands of my students.

  50. GEO sustainable

    GEO sustainableTahun Yang lalu

    Let's start with $50. what can I do?

  51. GEO sustainable

    GEO sustainableTahun Yang lalu

    Will do! @Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

  52. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    Buy my book.

  53. Thomas Haley

    Thomas HaleyTahun Yang lalu

    Time for cannabis my friend

  54. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    I'll be doing videos about cannabis for my membership site, but not on IDreporter.

  55. Brandon Abel

    Brandon AbelTahun Yang lalu

    You reference a list of most profitable crops (greens, baby roots etc...) and 'point' off the video screen for a link but that was obviously meant for another site where this video is hosted. Do you have that link to share since it isn't included on this YT page?

  56. James Carlin

    James CarlinTahun Yang lalu

    Was going to start a farm...spent all my money on hookers and blow.

  57. Sergio Haro

    Sergio HaroTahun Yang lalu

    Buen trabajo saludos de México

  58. aruuuba

    aruuubaTahun Yang lalu

    Water is a big issue in my place and many others. And it seems to be an increasing problem... Anyway thank you for your helpful and interesting video

  59. Ryan Langston

    Ryan LangstonTahun Yang lalu

    this isn't farming, this mainly growing good for ya self, actual farming is actual crops such as hay, wheat, corn, ECT then add in livestock that's real farming these videos are for gardeners

  60. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    Ok Mr. Expert.

  61. C MH

    C MHTahun Yang lalu

    You have a garden, not a farm.

  62. C MH

    C MHTahun Yang lalu

    Not that useless. Got you to reply.

  63. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    You have a useless comment.

  64. captain pancho

    captain panchoTahun Yang lalu

    One thing 99.9% people will give up once they figure out that farming is WORK.

  65. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    More like 98%, but yes, this is very true and partly why only 2% of people globally work in agriculture.

  66. Clorox Bleach

    Clorox BleachTahun Yang lalu

    Boutta start with 5 square feet and $23

  67. Fishing With T Slaunch

    Fishing With T SlaunchBulan Yang lalu


  68. Alexander Lafreniere

    Alexander LafreniereBulan Yang lalu

    You can't leave us hanging like this man! haha!

  69. God

    God2 bulan yang lalu

    what are you doing here clorox?

  70. vloth gaming

    vloth gaming3 bulan yang lalu

    Clorox Bleach update?

  71. Adnan Dervisagic

    Adnan DervisagicTahun Yang lalu

    I have more then 1000 dollars

  72. Joseph Davis

    Joseph DavisTahun Yang lalu

    That shirt is tight yo lol.

  73. John Post

    John PostTahun Yang lalu

    What are the hours pr week on something that size to do $20k in 6 months?

  74. Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

    Urban Farmer Curtis StoneTahun Yang lalu

    Impossible to say. I don't know how you work. For myself, that would be much more than 8 hours a week.

  75. L1v3 Fr33

    L1v3 Fr33Tahun Yang lalu

    Thank you for your videos. I have a quick question. I work away from home for two weeks and then am home for 7 days straight. So 2 weeks working then one week off and so on... Is it realistic that I could farm a small area like in this video while working my explained work schedule?

  76. Digvijay More

    Digvijay MoreTahun Yang lalu

    Hi ....Plz tell me . Per acre price.. And your email

  77. SouthenSmokeLLC

    SouthenSmokeLLCTahun Yang lalu

    Well how can I build a greenhouse I have 2 1/2 acres in north Carolina to harvest hemp

  78. Right Coast

    Right CoastTahun Yang lalu

    Got permits? Can't just grow hemp without them

  79. 2can The Man

    2can The ManTahun Yang lalu

    I'd like to learn more about why you go with the homemade green-washing jacuzzi device

  80. Wil Ward

    Wil WardTahun Yang lalu

    Summary: 1. Walk-in cooler 5:36 2. Washing table 6:15 3. Bubbler 7:10 4. Greens spinner 7:40 5. Greens drying screen 8:05 6. Quick Cut Greens Harvester 8:44 7. Seeder 9:20 8. Rubbermaid Bins 9:44 9. Basic tools 10:04 - Shovel, bed rake, digging fork, stirrup hoe, standard rake

  81. ピーナッツバターソース

    ピーナッツバターソースBulan Yang lalu

    not the man we deserve but the man we all need

  82. Ch Muzammal

    Ch Muzammal4 bulan yang lalu

    Good man you

  83. Ainesel M

    Ainesel MTahun Yang lalu

    Lisa A Johnson wow you are a NUTCASE!

  84. willieboy

    willieboyTahun Yang lalu

    @Lisa A Johnson yes sheriff Johnson, now can you take the handcuffs off, pls! perhaps I already know this and like to look at others approaches...sound reasonable sheriff??? PS sorry I dont have all the answers, but it sounds like you do! bye...

  85. Sherry Sabine

    Sherry SabineTahun Yang lalu

    This is a wonderful video. Th a m you for being transparent and sharing your wisdom. I'm wondering about laws pertaining to how sanitary the washing and crying stations are. I !I've your creative crying table with the box fans but the have to kick up dust. Am I worrying about things that aren't really problems?

  86. Sherry Sabine

    Sherry SabineTahun Yang lalu

    Ugh. My tablet keeps auto correcting the word Drying

  87. Sherry Sabine

    Sherry SabineTahun Yang lalu

    Crying not crying