‘The Biggest Little Farm’: How One Couple Gave Up Everything to Live the Entrepreneurial Dream

How much land does it take to develop a multi-source revenue self-sustaining farming operation in which the outputs from one side of the operation provide inputs to the other? In Southern California — 200 acres.

While many aspects of this story won’t translate perfectly — or perhaps not at all — to farming and ranching in North Dakota, it never hurts to take a look at how others in other places are making their farm operations work. Get the full story from Graham Winfrey writing for Inc.

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