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Offline RogueFarmer

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Howdy
« on: September 30, 2011, 02:31:49 am »
Lol

I guess I would like to share a story, I will keep it as short as possible

I was born in Manhattan. When I was conceived, my parents were in Barbados. Eating Iguana and flying fish and flying fish roe and coconuts and mangos.  I was sort of an accident on purpose. My father was 25 and my mother was 23 when I was born. They had the good sense to move me upstate pretty quick. I lived on a dead end road in the middle of nowhere (literally one of the most depopulated areas on the east coast) at my grandmothers mansion (she wasn't rich, my family just has a tendency to live way beyond their means). The gigantic stream, the Delaware river was just half a mile away on our property, the largest trout river this side of the rockies. Wilderness abounded. I would go about as a small child, finding frogs and snakes and salamanders, picking berries, chewing on grass and clover and dandelions all summer long. My father was a hunter and a fisherman, he fed me plenty of fresh fish and venison.

All that greatness ended when my parents decided to move to Columbus Ohio. I guess there aren't a lot of jobs out in the middle of nowhere. The really sad part of the story is that well... I was practically a genius back then. My father taught me the multiplication tables with I was just 6 years old. I was reading at an almost adult level before I went to 1st grade. I was reading at a 9th grade level in 3rd grade... my development trickled off pretty quick.

My parents got divorced. I became accustomed to a diet of rice and beans and cheese as a staple every day, or rice and milk with cinnamon and brown sugar. The pollution was horrid in Columbus.

I think what fucked me up the most though, was that I had been practically a wild and free creature, able to come and go as I pleased, explore nature every day to my heart's content. Only to be told that "now you have to live a real life and go to school so one day you have to go to work".

Extremely long story short, I got pretty seriously fucked up. Went from being a bright and brilliant and cheery individual, to being downtrodden, pissed off, dunce of a child. I developed a tumor when I was 8 that stayed with me until I was 17. I was sick all the time, vomiting, shits, colds, fevers, sore throats, constant runny nose in winter.

I think it was smoking pot that really brought me back to nature. At one point I got a job at a farm.

Things seemed to be going great after that, I learned about raw milk. I actually moved out into the middle of nowhere in Indiana and bought my own goats and lived about 90% off of them and the wild.

Then I got into this high raw fruit diet, with plenty of raw milk and some cooked food. But my teeth started to hurt really badly.

I didn't know what the fuck to do by then, until a gentlemen on another site turned me onto the book Cure Tooth Decay by Ramiel Nagel. He also turned me onto Aajonus Vanderplanitz.

24 and there's so much more.

Hey, I have my own Jersey cows, I am converting them to a grass fed diet, I am slowly weaning them off of grain!
I also keep dairy goats and ducks for meat and eggs.
I eat all raw now, never felt better that I can remember (didn't mention that I have pretty bad amnesia). Freaking feel fantastic.

What I really want to do now is make a farm where people can come to visit and heal their bodies. And pay me money of course.


I have an encyclopedic knowledge of farming, I have been studying it like nobodies business for the past 5 years.
Ask me anything about it.

My name is Emile, I have my life back again! Nice to grass fed meat you!

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Re: Howdy
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2011, 03:05:28 am »
Glad to have you. Good luck on your health journey.  I might be able to give you some useful info about agriculture.  Have you heard of seawater precipitate?  Here's a link--http://www.c-gro.com/1516.html


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Re: Howdy
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2011, 03:07:42 am »
Yes I am interested in that, however I am looking to use more cost effective alternatives at the present time.

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Re: Howdy
« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2011, 03:28:43 am »
I was born in Manhattan. When I was conceived, my parents were in Barbados. Eating Iguana and flying fish and flying fish roe and coconuts and mangos.

Welcome, your story is very interesting ! But please do not eat me  ;)
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Re: Howdy
« Reply #4 on: October 02, 2011, 10:37:12 am »
    Welcome, Emile!
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Re: Howdy
« Reply #5 on: October 14, 2011, 09:43:02 am »
Moooving onward to Athens Ohio tonight. Wish me luck on my new farming venture!

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Re: Howdy
« Reply #6 on: October 14, 2011, 05:05:47 pm »
Awesome!
Maybe you should get your farm listed in WWOOF.
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« Reply #7 on: October 15, 2011, 12:52:42 am »
here's some luck and love coming your way, our stories are eerily similar! Keep us updated on your farm sitch!

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Re: Howdy
« Reply #8 on: October 18, 2011, 09:27:52 am »
good luck my fellow farmer.
hey so if you need help up there i have lots of nomad farmer friends, let me know

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« Reply #9 on: January 23, 2012, 09:02:58 am »
Ugh.

Well, I am doing well I guess. This project seems like a flop so far however.

Good news is... heard has grown, 3 almost totally grass fed dairy cows, 2 jerseys and a normande, 2 100% grass fed heifers almost a year old and one new beautiful heifer born right after new years under the full moon.

I got 9 muscovy ducks that have been foraging for the vast majority of their diet so far this winter, just been supplementing a bit when the snow has stuck. Can't wait til they start laying this spring.

And my goat herd is growing up nice, got ten 100% grass fed does and gonna get a billy this spring.

Fark though, I don't know what to do.

I am starting a 2012 photo book to show what it is that I do with my animals.

I am going to start looking for a place to settle down for a while, hopefully move there this coming fall.

Anyone know a place with room for some cows and goats and ducks lol?


 

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