Get Six Free Days of Lunatic Farming Wisdom with Joel Salatin!

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 Get Six Free Days of Lunatic Farming Wisdom with Joel Salatin!

Looking for a healthier, earthier way of life – but not sure that a small-farm enterprise is the way to go? We have just the way for you to find out – free of charge and free of risk with Joel Salatin!

Just enter your email below to for our special email course, featuring priceless audio snips from our exclusive interview with world-famous, pioneering “lunatic farmer” himself, Joel Salatin.

 You’ll get six wise, witty, and practical answers over six day (and nearly 30 minutes of audio) to essential questions like:

  • What Is Farming the Way Nature Intended?
  • How Can New Farmers Get Started?
  • What Are the Three Things New Farmers Must Do (and Must NOT Do) to Succeed?

As “High Priest of  the Pasture,” Joel is the go-to source for answers on successfully running a small organic farm as a business.

If you want to start building your “lunatic” dream on a solid, proven foundation – start here!

 Note: This offer is no longer available. 

What we love most about Joel is that he’s not afraid of bucking the current, or advising others to do the same. And he’s got the knowledge, experience, and international recognition to prove the worth of his advice!

If you enjoy this series, the opportunity to participate in Joel Salatin’s Online You Can Farm E-School this fall (2013) –  is not to be missed…

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    • Rob Avis

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  • Steve

    I was very excited to see this opportunity, but then very disappointed to discover I missed it… Will there be any more like this? I want to learn this trade and really appreciate your unselfish efforts to share this wisdom. Thank you.

  • Mary Lou Planer

    This is the type of activity that I am looking for. I would like to specialize in small farmer agriculture and support a healthy way of growing and raising our foods. While not a farmer myself, I feel that I could be of assistance to the small farmer and would like to get to know you better. Please check my website and send me an email if you think I might be able to help you.

  • Regina

    Sign me up, very cool website and I appreciate the humor indeed.

  • alessandra

    hi, I’m following you from italy. I just knew of the six days and I tried to register but the website gives me an error….maybe because I’m out of time? I hope I wrote what I intended to say….Thanx!

  • Molly Farrand

    Hi, thanks so much for your knowledge, would love to sign up for the six day course .. Molly =)

  • Kelly

    Just signed up for a Lunatic Tour next month. Bought the land last winter, planting trees now. Could use a tip or twenty!

  • Dawn

    We love Joel and everything he stands for. We are in the beginning stages of turning our HEL into a permaculture mecca! Thank you for the opportunity to learn from the best!

  • Kirsten

    Thank You!! After hearing Joel’s talk in NE Victoria Australia, and visiting the Taranaki Farm project 2 weeks ago – I can’t wait to get this concept working on the ground on our 18 acres. Cheers Kirsten

  • Melisa Janiuk

    What a great opportunity. My husband is a firefighter/Medic and I was a medic. Now I stay home with our two children. We have 23 acres in the blue ridge mountains. We are trying, but could use a lot of help and direction. So thanks for this.

  • Leah Ilanah

    Will there be a recording? I would like to participate but cannot say if I am availabe at all times.


    • Rob Avis


      We are not sure if we are going to release a video file yet. We won’t know until we have a look at the footage.


  • Liane

    LOVE your energy!! LOVE your knowledge!! LOVE your VISION!! SIGN ME UP SCOTTY!! w/ much appreciation – Liane – still smiling after all these years!! x/o

  • Susie Austin

    Please send e-mail. As to when the first session will be. Thanks!

    • Michelle Avis

      Susie – you get one email on the day you register and five additional emails on the following five days.

  • This looks great. Gotta’ love Joel! Thanks!

  • Matthew

    Thanks for providing this information, and especially for free! As a brand new farmer (seriously.. going from being a computer programmer to raising chickens!), I need all the help I can get! Joel & Polyface Farms is my #1 source of information!

    • Rob Avis

      You’re welcome!

  • Muhammad Yahya

    Dear Sir,

    I am interested to join in person work shop March 20-22


    Muhammad Yahya

  • Glenn Holloway

    Our organization has been doing this for two years and are continuing to expand and serve the public who seek to become farmers in a sustainable, holisic way.


  • Paul Wartman

    Awesome! Thanks for the opportunity to catch some of that wit.

    Keep up the good!

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  • […] Joel Salatin is what I would refer to as a master conductor and he is always tinkering with both the melody and the time scale. Every time he finds a new combination that works, he writes a new piece of music. His instruments are cows and chickens. One of his main compositions is his pastured poultry and salad bar beef combination. For those of your unfamiliar with how cows and chickens are currently raised, I recommend googling factory farming, Concentrated Animal Feed Operations (CAFOs) and industrial chicken houses. These are design examples that get it all wrong. To improve horrendous designs, you can just raise these animals on grass and the system improves dramatically – their health improves, the over-fertility that feedlots produce is used as a resource and the product is worth more because it has more nutrition. This, however, is still only designing with two dimensions in mind. To get the third dimension right, you have to understand the intrinsic nature of each of the elements. Cows eat grass and produce habitat for bug larvae, while chickens are scavengers and scratch the ground apart looking for bugs and larvae. When you are designing with time in mind, there are always a number of different permutations and combinations that you can try – a few will work but one will fly. […]


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