Backyard or Small Farm DVD

Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm is your guide to recapturing that lost knowledge.

***UPDATE**** SOLD OUT!!!! Thanks to everyone that ordered. We hope you enjoy you DVD.

DVD $20 each
DVD $20 each + $6 Shipping

Wasn't sure if any of you would be interested in this DVD, but I thought I would make it available to anyone who might be interested. The DVD is regularly $28.95, but DFW Food Storage has arranged a special deal for those of you who might be interested. For a limited time you can get this DVD for only $20.00 if you pick it up from us. Or we can ship it to you for $6.00. I have personally viewed this DVD and find it very informative with lots of ideas that you can use even if you don't have lots of land. If you are interested and would like to purchase this DVD, click on the link about and pay through PayPal, or email me let me know you want one and then send a check for either $20 (or $26 along with your name and address if you want this shipped) to DFW Food Storage 14575 Daneway Dr., Frisco, TX 75035. For more information about the DVD please read the information below.

Ken Taylor
DFW Food Storage

Turn Your Backyard Into a Self Sufficient Food Production Machine!

Not long ago humans fed themselves, provided for their own needs and were largely self sufficient. They knew how to feed themselves, how to take care of animals, what to plant and what to do when something went wrong. Our new DVD, Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm is your guide to recapturing that lost knowledge.

This DVD is special because it was created by a family that has actually done it, the things we will teach you to do and more importantly not to do we have already done. We will reveal to you our successes and our failures, some of them very costly to the tune of thousands of dollars so you never have to make them yourself.

The results if you follow our methods, systems and hard proven techniques will be as much self sufficiency as you decide you want in your backyard. In this DVD you will learn about every component of our self sufficient food production model including…

  • Water Harvesting and Passive Irrigation
  • How to Turn Any Soil into Fertile Black Gold
  • Which Livestock to Use and for What Purpose
  • Two “Super Trees” that Improve Soil, Grow Fast and Grow Almost Anywhere
  • The Role of Dogs on a Homestead
  • How to Convert Your Farm or Urban Back Yard into a Food Producing Machine

This Is a DVD You Will Watch Over and Over

If you asked me what is the biggest mistake we made in the creation of “Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm”, I would say we put too much on one DVD. The information on this one 110 minute DVD is a compilation of knowledge gained over years of practical application and research that would make a PhD’s head spin.

Watch a brief introduction video here.

In fact we include a free bonus DVD of over 60 supporting documents just to help you get the most out of “Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm”. To give you an idea of how extensive this DVD really is here is the entire DVD Menu…

Section 1: Overview

  • Why we began this journey
  • Soil types and climate of the site

Section 2: Water

  • Water sources and qualities of water
  • How much water do you need?
  • Rain water collection systems
  • Wells
  • Ponds

Section 3: Garden

  • Garden location
  • Size – how much area do you need?
  • Bio-Intensive gardening overview
  • Fertility
  • Watering the garden
  • Wind
  • Sun and shade
  • Bugs and insects
  • Vegetable varieties and seed saving
  • Getting started

Section 4: Rabbits

  • Housing and protection
  • Watering systems
  • Feeding
  • Breeds
  • Reproduction
  • Other resources

Section 5: Home Butchering

  • Tools
  • Butchering a rabbit
  • Tanning hides
  • Butchering poultry
  • Other animals

Section 6: Poultry

  • Chicken breeds
  • Feeding
  • Watering
  • Housing and egg collecting
  • Predator protection
  • Getting started

Section 7: Dogs

  • Why dogs?
  • Dog training
  • Feeding
  • Housing
  • Size and breeds
  • Final thoughts

Section 8: Perennials: Orchards, Food Forests, and Edible Landscaping

  • Locations and micro climates
  • Watering
  • Fertility
  • Using geese for fertility
  • Tree varieties
  • Planting and care of trees
  • Getting started

Section 9: Other Essentials

  • Calorie crops
  • Solar food dehydration
  • Homemade herbicide test
  • Fire ants
  • Injuries
  • Hog panels and tee posts
  • Water levels and mapping contours
  • Rocket stove and hay box cooker
  • In The Wake; a manual for outliving civilization
  • Propagating leuceana

What People are Saying

"Excellent resource. Highly Recommended. Very Well Done. Amazingly thorough"

Joan Grinzi - Executive Director of the Price-Pottenger Nutritional Foundation

"This is the most comprehensive video I've seen on how to become self-reliant. There just isn't anything like it out there. What they present is hard won information gathered from actually living it. Growing your own food is a critical part of being a prepper and this video will save you a significant amount of time in getting your systems up and ready."

Jack Spirko - host of The Survival Podcast

"With high production values, the authenticity of lived experience, a script sharp as nails, and good narration, this film makes a tremendous contribution to the practical literature of permaculture".

Peter Bane - Publisher of The Permaculture Activist Magazine No. 75, Spring 2010

"Nature is easily understood, but for most people nature is too obivious. This DVD set gets at the basics and essentials for successfully growing food in an easy to understand and practical way".

Malcolm Beck - author of numerous books on organic methods and founder of Gardenville Composting and Recycling

"..a professional quality home video, providing an astonishingly detailed overview of self-sufficient skills, from gardening and food forests to rainwater collection, gardening, composting, raising and butchering rabbits and poultry, tanning pelts, drying food and more. Food Production Systems was filmed in Texas and optimized for southern climates, however, northern viewers will also find it highly educational".

Thomas Elpel - author of Botany in a Day and many other books and videos related to sustainable living.

"These are great people, serious and capable in every project that they take on. The DVD is a class act - your vision, design, and implementation will benefit from knowing what they did, how they did it, and what they learned. I urge all - those with a notion of a dream, those with a vision, those who are part-way through, and those that are done that can enjoy another's story well-told - to buy one for yourself and for someone who could use one."

Dick Pierce - permaculture teacher and founder of the Austin Permaculture Guild

"Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm is a well produced DVD on becoming self-sustaining. Food production, rainwater collection, meat animal care and harvesting....Lots of information! Order the DVD from the web site, or buy it at The Natural Gardener or Callahan's General Store."

Carol Ann Sayle - owner and farmer of Boggy Creek Farm (Austin's oldest urban farm)

"Food Production Systems for a Backyard or Small Farm has all the information you need to become self-reliant and sustainable. It comes with basic "how to" DVD with demonstrations on a wide variety of subjects and a bonus resource DVD. A real bargain really well done!"

Jacque Gates - owner of Bastrop Producers Market, Inc.

"The video shows well thought plans for the American homestead. The demonstration of how to humanly butcher a rabbit is worth the price alone. If you’ve ever thought about how you would have to live without being able to buy supplies at a retail store, this video is for you. I highly recommend this video to everyone".

Doug Stambler - Something Special LLC., a sustainabale living business

"Unbelievable how much useful information is literally packed into this DVD! This American family did all the research for you, even tested it out, and then presented it in a easy to understand and entertaining format. Every time I watch it, I not only learn something but also am inspired to implement the back to the earth living methods on my own property".

April Holtzmann - director of Camp Tonkawa, a naturalist and primitive skills learning center.

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