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Can you tell me… which of these “food strategies” is best for a long-term disaster or a crisis? Is it…

A) An aquaponics system…
B) A 1-year stockpile…
or C) Homesteading?

If you didn’t answer C), having a homestead, then please hold it right there, because you could be very vulnerable in the aftermath of a long term disaster…

Aquaponics systems can only give so much food, and they work on electricity, meaning that a blackout or an EMP will kill all your plants and fish…

A large stockpile is a good back-up, but hard to manage and gets expensive once it starts to grow… And after it’s finished, you still need to eat… because everyone knows a long-term crisis could take 5 or even 10 years to get back to some sort of normal…

My name is Dan F. Sullivan and after years of prepping, I came to the conclusion that the only way to have a solid, steady food and water supply is to HOMESTEAD.

Homesteading is the only (legal) way I know of to become almost completely self-reliant from the food corporations, the utilities companies, the Government and Big Pharma… by harvesting hundreds upon hundreds of pounds of organic food year-round, and collecting thousands of gallons of crystal-clear drinking water for free

To take back your health by growing your own groceries, and making your own food out of basic ingredients, such as cheese, bread and even chocolate to name a few…

Then you could stockpile the excess produce for dark days… (The shelf life of ingredients is longer than that of the resulting foods, anyway…) So while other preppers pay thousands for overpriced, highly-processed “emergency food”, you’ll build your survival stockpile for free…

Ok, I know all of this sounds exciting and, by now, you may be asking yourself:

“IS HOMESTEADING FOR ME?”

Unless you’re a yuppie living in the city, who wants everything handed to him on a silver platter, the answer is “YES”…

Because you can do it whether you’re in your ’60s, ’70s or even ’80s… you can do this whether you live in the scorching Mojave Desert or the freezing Alaskan tundra… even if you don’t have that much money, and even if you live on 1/10 of an acre (or 400 square meters).

When you add up all the things you could be making instead of buying, you’ll save A TON of money…

I’M TALKING ABOUT SAVING AT LEAST $200 / PERSON IN MONTHLY EXPENSES…

On things like personal hygiene productsclothing, and even on furniture. For example…

You could save $2.5 on each bottle of mouthwash by making your own… (That’s a whopping 90 % off the retail price!)

You could make your own wine for less than $8 a bottle (and keep in mind your wine kit will last you years on end, so the cost per bottle will decrease the more wine you make…)

You could save $50 on a new pair of jeans that you’ll recondition yourself instead…

And save at least $150 per winter month by getting a high-efficiency wood stove… (Wood is by far the cheapest fuel there is, sometimes you can even get it for FREE… and there are other cheap options available…)

And this is just the beginning… You can grow and harvest your own organic eggs from free-range, healthy chickens, and milk, and make your own cheese, and delicious treats such as pie, marshmallows and cheesecake. Excellent comfort post-collapse foods that will be served fresh…

It’ll be like having your own personal supermarket just a few feet away from you… Though not the kind that sells processed meat full of hormones and steroids, veggies full of pesticides that have absolutely no taste at all, not to mention and all the other junk full of preservatives…

Those things are ”poison”… and the only reason we got to this point is because of this consumerist, interdependent society we all live in, that will crumble like a house of cards when the big one hits

When that happens, all of the things we now take for granted will be GONE, including basic necessities…

Millions will be fighting tooth and nail for the last can of tuna… When good people turn into savages, the last place you should be is on the street, looking for food…

Instead, you and your family could be sitting pretty on your homestead, completely safe, for years on end, with very little outside interaction… with everything you need at your fingertips…

So let me cut right to the chase and show you:

HOW TO START A HIGH-PERFORMANCE HOMESTEAD FROM THE GROUND UP…

Like I said, my name is Dan F. Sullivan. You may know my website, Survival Sullivan.com, where I and a dozen writers post regular, high quality articles on a variety of topics ranging from homesteading to prepping. You may have read some of them on top websites such as Backdoor Survival, The Prepper Journal, American Preppers Network, Personal Liberty, Zero Hedge, and Info Wars to name a few…

But what you may not know about me is that I started to homestead when I was only 6 years old, and I would spend summers with my grandparents, in a remote village of only 200 people, 18 miles away from the nearest town….

The perfect place for a survival retreat, I might add… We lived there in almost complete self-sufficiency. In fact, we rarely went to town because we had everything we needed right there…

My grandma and grandpa taught me EVERYTHING about how to grow a garden, how to take care of chickens and cows, how to use a scythe, and much, much more…

Because homesteading was the only thing they knew how to do, and do well…

THEY WERE IN THEIR ’60S, AND THAT DIDN’T STOP THEM FROM FARMING 6 DAYS/WEEK…

In fact, many folks in our village live alone and do it in their 70s and 80s… And not just raising a few chickens and growing a small garden, but doing labor intensive activities such as stacking hay, climbing ladders and carrying heavy buckets…

They are strong, and daily physical activity is their secret… One of the benefits to homesteading is that you get a free workout every day… a sure way to live healthier and longer…

You’ll soon be able to pass on your passion to your kids, nephews and grandkids… the way my grandparents passed it on to me when I was young…

You’ll be so proud seeing them hoe potatoes instead of playing on their iPads… or taking care of chickens instead of watching TV all day long. Your kids will be fearless!

And the only two things you need to give in return for being a homesteader are time and patience.

Order today and you won’t pay hundreds of dollars for all this knowledge. In fact, I think even $100 is too much for something our grandparents learned for free… This is info everyone should have access to…

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