Urban Exploration: ABANDONED Livingston Farm House

Walking down this long road here Lets go check it out Here we are at this one after going down the road Scared the hell.. out.. of me.. great now dust is flying That must be all th freaking stuff the cats are laying in This place smells like cat pee in here it is […]

“We are demanding an end to plantations on our ancestral land”

[Ranchers spraying pesticides on Guarani land, Brazil] My name is Lide and I am a spokesman of Pyelito Kuê community in Iguatemi municipality, Mato Grosso do Sul state. We are demanding an end to plantations on our ancestral land. We know that our land case is on President Dilma’s desk. If the ranchers plant anything […]

Get 60 lakhs from 1 Acre Sugarcane |SUGARCANE MARKETING | PART 1 | Pestomatic Controls

When we think about village business anyone won’t get idea what business should we start ? and there is no surety about started business till date who had started get failed means there is no business in village? In cities wake up early work full time with lots of load and return late with lots […]

Carmen Rath-Wald Oral History

– My name is Carmen Rath-Wald, and I live here in Napoleon, North Dakota. I was born and raised in Wishek, North Dakota, on a farm about 7 1/2 miles north and a bit west of town. And that is the same homestead that my father was raised on. My father was Edwin Rath, and […]

For Sale – Farm and Farmhouse at 632 Roller Mill Rd., Shady Valley, TN

Located in beautiful Shady Valley this renovated farmhouse and 32 acre farm is a gem of Northeast Tennessee. This farm includes 11 acres a pasture and hay fields with access to water these fields are subdivided and fenced. Beautiful year-round this property is tucked away out of sight from neighboring farms and houses from the […]

How to Make $100,000 Farming 1/2 Acre You Don’t Own

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you and I’m here working in my garden today planting stuff out as you guys can see. Things are growing slowly here in the winter, but at least there’s no snow in the ground. Like, where my next guest actually farms. […]