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Today's story is about someone on a journey to become a farmer.

It's a great story, but it's not the typical story that we hear about in today's world. The world today loves the magazine headline of the successful person that seemingly got there overnight.

Today we'll zoom in on that overnight success and take a look at what it takes to be successful – the process of becoming successful.

It's the story of farmer Seth Stallings, from Tecumseh, OK - a town with a population of just $6000 people.

It's a town where Seth is starting up a pastured poultry business. Which by the way is in a state with no USDA approved slaughterhouses and no sources of organic or non-gmo feed.

Not your ideal market to start a farm based business in. But it's one where Seth is making it work.

He's found a niche, and making a go of it.

Like he said, "No one can teach you how you are going to do it when you get to your unique scenario, you just got to do it and figure it out."

In a world that loves to come up with reasons why something won't work, here's the story of someone who's said, I'm going to make it work.

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Category:permaculture,agriculture -- posted at: 3:00am PST

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