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    With food prices at an all-time high (and stirring up social unrest worldwide), you might be considering growing your own food, but wondering how much land is actually needed to provide you and your family food for a

    Only 2 acres! but less if you buy your wheat and corn or put that into forage for your 'pets'. Also, good links.

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