... and minus mentioning the realistic amount of land you need to live off your own property using those techniques as described.
My personal favourite is Seymour's disdain for motor-driven farming equipment. When listing flaws of them, he loves to point out they can "be good for 10 years if you are lucky", while praising farm animals and listing their lifespan as half of that. This not only is stupid assesment that is simply selling agenda rather than facts, but it also speaks volumes about British engineering once more, with a tractor surviving 10 years "if you are lucky".>>1393562
Turkeys if you don't have water nearby/on spot. Geese if you do.>>1393561
Not that anon, but there is only this much you can do with having a sandy soil, regardless if using "all natural" or "anything goes" techniques. It would take literal centuries to change that, unless you simply plan to steal the soil from somewhere else. And it also takes money, regardless of technique used. And you can't exactly farm on that land, it just collects compost and organic material, at best working as pasture. Which in case of tiny-ass land holding means you are fucked.
But how could you know or care, if your experience with farming boils down to reading make-believe bullshit.