Get an at-a-glance overview of your homestead's overall profits and losses.
annual finance review
Always know where your homestead is operating and what your bottom dollar is.
Keep your income and sales organized so you can focus on your most profitable products to maximize profit.
income and sales by category
Organize and record all your garden inventory and expenses and catalog all seeds and starts.
Always know exactly how much is spent on feed and medical care for your livestock.
Used to keep track of all your financial goals for your homestead operations.
Everything I needed to quickly take me step by step though the process of why It’s important to have your homestead organized and always know your operating expenses and your bottom dollar.
— Maria Schone
You really want this lifestyle to work for your family
You have no idea if you're breaking even, or even over budget
You're trying to keep clean records, but things aren't balancing
You're just getting started and already overwhelmed
does this sound familiar?
Would you like to finally get your homestead's livestock management, garden inventory and financial records organized and easy to access?
You could save money and finally reach those homestead goals
Your garden would be more productive and bountiful
You could better care for your family and animals
Just imagine if you had your entire homestead organized in one easy to access place...
How's this for releif?
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My passion is raising my babies to grow into humans that make waves and advocate for those in need. Follow along with us as we navigate parenthood and prepare to explore life on the road in New Zealand in our updated airstream camper! As for Elizabeth, her thoughts were at Pemberley this evening more than the last; and the evening, though as it passed it seemed long, was not long enough to determine her feelings towards one in that.
Hello friends, I'm Sylvie Burke and I am a woman of many hats: wife, mama, content creator, blogger, social media consultant and aspiring foodie.