3 Tools could make you 100k a year! OFF GRID / HOMESTEADING

People always ask us how to break free from that 9 to 5 and spend more time with family. Living off grid and heating with wood presents a great way to make a living at the same time. Firewood is a great way to make money off the land and have a family business…. Thanks for watching and share the video …. here is the math 100,000 / 300 (per cord) = 335 cords a season if you make 2 cords a day for 24 weeks = the goal
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54 comments

  • Lucy Brenton

    Who is the idiot that down voted? Doug and Stacy are awesome!

  • Micheal Draconis

    Make your firewood hauling easier Doug stack wood on the pallets use ratchet straps to secure the load to the pallet then use forks and pick up the whole pallet and slide it in your wood shed then remove the straps you could save a lot of your energy and time doing this looks like you could fit at least 2 pallets in there maybe 3 plus it would save your back as you age

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  • MrJim217

    I did that most of my life then I got disabled and couldn’t do it anymore it’s a rough life when you get too old.

    • Heaven's Healthy Healing

      @MacQuiston Mr. Jim217 … This 46 yr old lady has 75 acres, a gravity fed water hose from the hill spring ( yes, it freezes ), oil lamps, herbs and a wood stove. I have many sons and daughters. ( Their Father just passed.) They helped build our home many yrs ago but now are in their mid 20’s with their beautiful little families spread abroad.
      Last yr was my 1st yr ever in all of my life without a wood stove. It was awful. 10 yrs of construction HURT my 110lb body but I decided- Either I brake the body the rest of the way while life prepping or I freeze to death- literally.
      Hard life is the truth but no matter which way is chosen, it’s hard. Did I mention those acres are all valley. Chasing propane tanks up out of here or counting on any other to bring it down into this valley in the winter is dangerous! So they’ve told me…lol Praise God the storm dropped a tree or two for me somewhere around here. They never did sell heat at the stores anyway. Smile big!

    • OBAMFSpike

      Heaven’s Healthy Healing you make my soul smile.

    • Judie Quigley

      @Heaven’s Healthy Healing gg

    • FishFire_2

      @Heaven’s Healthy Healing Thats beautiful

    • JaCk nickolstine

      As a child you dont see what’s really important. I really do miss living on the farm.
      Hahahahah I even miss doing feed at 4am hahahahaha

  • Bonnie

    Doug & Stacy,,Thank you for explaining the Berkey water system, we got us a Big Berkey with the two fifters an we love it👍you really can see the difference in the water you drink,,plus knowing it fifters 99.999% of crap out of your water is PERFECT. We use it for cooking & drinking,, PERFECT 💟

    • Deborah Schaub

      I just got my BIG BERKY and Flouride filters plus 2 extra FF… stainless steel spigot and stand. Live in a 800 sq ft apartment currently. Debt gone and off to make a difference homesteading or boondocking. Enough of this lifestyle.

  • Perry Dodson

    Super advice Doug! I have the Stihl 18 inch chainsaw, and I have the LogOx, which I love. It really does save your back. Still need the splitter, splitting by hand is getting tougher as I recently turned 65. God bless you and Stacy.

  • skippyjl1

    Apprenticeship and homeschooling, that was how America was built👊🏻🇺🇸👊🏻🇺🇸

  • Nema Roman

    Doug and Stacy, you are such a blessing! Thanks for your selfless acts of kindness in all that you share.💚💚💚🙏🏾

  • John Grytbakk

    Love everything about firewood, the whole process from felling the trees to splitting and stacking. lol ….easily satisfied I guess.

  • David Els

    This should be mandatory viewing in every business school. I am a product of the old business school that taught what you are reintroducing. The basic theory went like this. Buy land to grow corn to raise pigs in order to buy more land to raise more corn to raise more pigs to buy more land…repeat. The economic model shows it is always circular. Not lineal as the socialist tries to paint capitalism. In the circular model, jobs are created. The discipline to organize this system was to model management in kind to the US Army and Catholic church. You have covered all in your blog.

  • Kelly Dukepoo

    I’m a city girl. But living in KY for 20 yrs, I’ve learned a thing or 2 about country life an how hard but rewarding it can be.
    I’ll always be a city-ish girl who isn’t afraid of some hard workin country life! You guys are awesome!

    • Grace Homestead Farm

      Hello from one KY country girl to another! 😀 I was raised in the city but knew it was not for me. I absolutely love being in the country, hard work and all!! 😉 ~Shaina~

  • Green Dream Project

    Start where you’re at and start small. Help that local community. 😀🙌

  • Pettway Family Farmstead

    Your channel was one of the first we started watching way back when and helped inspire us to start a homestead and a YT channel. Your enthusiasm for doing things the ‘right’ and with family and community is awesome.

  • Charlie Smith

    I cut firewood with my dad & I still remember eating warm Colby cheese 🧀 and saltines on the tailgate.

  • ladylilithparker

    “If you’ve got a daughter and a son…” Thank you for thinking of the daughter first for a physical job! As a woman who’s worked physical, blue-collar jobs most of my adult life, I’ve been around a lot of guys who don’t think women are suited to anything but cooking, cleaning, and child-rearing. It may not seem like a big deal to you to have phrased that the way you did, but it’s a huge deal to me. Thank you!

    • Mary Ellen

      Come on. Being thought of first doesn’t mean you are thought of as an equal. True equals are referred to interchangeably: you’ve got a 50% chance of being mentioned first.
      The fact that you want to be mentioned first betrays the weakness of your mindset: you feel slighted and disregarded… which is a handicap on your own part.

    • ladylilithparker

      It amazes me how many people respond to a positive comment with a negative one. My experience in the trades has been full of discrimination, of routinely being dismissed by people who don’t know anything about me apart from the fact that I’m female, of being judged for my gender instead of my character or my work, and I am thankful for any sign of a shift in that standard. If you want to interpret my appreciation and positive thoughts as negative, that says something about you. I’m going to continue focusing on the positive, regardless. Be well, all.

    • Yebo Screbo

      …Somebody’s got a chip on her shoulder!

    • Yebo Screbo

      ladylilithparker didn’t read like a positive comment to me. It seemed full of resentment and ego. Generally speaking, men have had to work harder to cover the physical inadequacies of women – it’s just a fact. Women use their wiles to use men to extract work and resources from them. But, to add insult to injury, we also have to endure the incessant feminist resentment and ego. It’s getting to be all too much honestly

    • Keith Lewis

      Problem number one is: why are you on here hanging out and not in the kitchen. I need to talk to your husband about this nonsense.

  • Tanja

    That’s an awesome setup! It’s so inspiring that you’ve done this yourselves, your efforts have realised your dreams. So happy for you guys! Love and appreciate your honesty. You guys shine through all you do ❤ 🙏🏼

  • Tamarah

    Doug loved your definition of “new normal”♡
    Closer to the land, God, community, and the value of family time where everyone pitches in to work together….to me this sounds like the Real normal, before the brainwashing occurred! We finally got rid of our TV and after a month didn’t even miss it! No more thought manipulating news/shows to further agendas. Being in control of what comes into your ears, eyes, mind, and feeds your spirit is so important! You become what you surround yourself with including shows, news, social media, friends etc. If it doesn’t lift you up or feed/refresh your soul, its not of the spirit! Love what you’re doing Doug as always, thanks for motivating others and for sharing your knowledge! Every video I watch leaves me full♡♡♡
    ” Turn my eyes away from worthless things; preserve my life according to your word”
    Ps 119:37
    May the blessing of discernment be with us all today more than ever♡♡♡

    • Frederick Thoms

      When and where, exactly, was this paradisiacal community located? As someone who has studied history – I can find no real example that matches your description.
      For most of human history – mankind has lived a basically agrarian lifestyle… true – but it was in no way the paradise you think it was. Community existed – but just like any modern day community, it was beset – not just by the spirit of cooperation – but with all of the usual attributes that mankind brings with it… jealousy, anger, betrayal, hatred, violence et al… minus the benefits of machinery, medicine and safety.
      Life was HARD for these people – and harder still to maintain it.

  • Big A

    I like this guy 🇦🇱🇺🇲

  • A&R Farms

    We’re thinking ab taking a 80 acre farm we have and starting a self defense training business that role plays civil disobedience, and in turn gives ppl confidence and info to guard their family and property in a shtf situation. Also going to have paintball wars, camping, fishing, hiking and nature walks (wildlife and bird watching) Trying to think outside the box bc farming has went to 💩

    • 33jjt

      Airsoft field? Look up airsoft 80 acres you could build an awesome field don’t just limit to paintball!

    • Mark Cissell

      Good luck with your self defense training business, don’t forget bio/chemical…air and water, of course stop bleeding and stave infection. A double crop one year fully protected may still mean one winter the ground is fallow

  • Clark Harris

    I worked with an arborist for 3 years. Stihl was the saw we used most.

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