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Looking for a mutually beneficial arrangement to increase the productive capacity of a homestead.
Contact us if you are interested in peaceful rural living, producing a wide variety of high quality meat, market gardening,¬†general self-reliance, and using the resources of large tracts of adjoining public land.  We are located near Bloomington Indiana.
 
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Hello! I'm from southern Indiana originally, but have lived in San Diego most of the last fifteen years. I opened a coffee shop about an hour from Bloomington a couple of years ago, but was underfunded to make it through the winter.

I've been hoping to find a way to return home to Indiana since before covid, a few years actually. I'm not long on experience, but I have a lot of gumption. I work professionally in cyber security, my wife is a teacher.

I'm very interested in getting what you have in mind, and seeing if our goals would align enough for me to move back home soon. My family are still there and I'm Indiana in my blood. I have eleven different direct ancestors who have been in Indiana since before 1840. I very much want to do what they have done and tend the land, hoping to one day see my 9 year old go the same.

I can leave a number or email if you'd like to move the conversation offline.

At any rate, have a nice weekend and I hope you're enjoying Indiana fall!
 
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Afternoon folks, I ran across your post and thought it was very interesting. I am 45, still very healthy and active. I grew up on family farms in southern Iowa and the Louisville, Ky, area. I have 20+ years in remodeling carpentry and consider myself very self sufficient with an extensive ag back ground that is continually growing through experience and ag extension classes. I've been planning on doing this for the last 10 years but got divorced 6 years ago and am rebuilding my credit and bank account. I am exploring all options that are accompanied by solid contract agreements. I have a few open ended contracts to provide high end restaurant specialty food stuffs that are easily vacuum packed and shipped. Feel free to contact me if you're still looking for a partner to discuss a little further. I look forward from hearing from you. superfoster1@gmail.com thank you so much
 
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Hello is this opportunity still available?
 
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