Long Term Food Storage for SHTF

If your long-term food plan looks like a stockpile “nonperishable food” items I would say you’re setting yourself up for failure. Your Long-term food plan should, and food storage should be an investment meaning it should grow over time.

I have been able to take a few small livestock animals, 10lbs of tubers a 1 sapling, and a shovel and transform it into a power house long term food plan.

5 Chickens eggs alone- 1,250 eggs ($12.50)

1. 154.3 pounds of food

2. 100,100 Calories

3. 6,657 grams of fat

4. 8,792 grams of protein

5. 57,400 IU of vitamin D

6. 490,000 IU of Vitamin A

7. 623 UG of Vitamin B-12

5 Ducks eggs alone- 1,400 ($25)

1. 216.1 pounds of food

2. 181,300 Calories

3. 13,495 grams of fat

4. 12,554 grams of protein

5. 67,620 IU of vitamin D

6. 864,360 IU of Vitamin A

7. 5,292 UG of Vitamin B-12

2 does Rabbits not including organ meat ($90)

1. 600 pounds of food

2. 370,138 Calories

3. 15,105 grams of fat

4. 54,568 grams of protein

5. 35,381 IU of Calcium

6. 898,128 IU of Potassium

7. 19,487 UG of Vitamin B-12

10lbs Potato plants ($20)

1. 250 pounds of food

2. 87,316 Calories

3. 54,568 grams of protein

4. 22,339 IU of Vitamin C

5. 481,942 IU of Potassium

6. 19,487 UG of Magnesium

1 Apple Tree in a season will produce 500 apples ($9.99)

1. 287 pounds of food

2. 76700 Calories

3. 166,400 MG Vitamin A

4. 312 MG of Vitamin E

5. 135,200 MG of Potassium

6. 6,500 MG of Magnesium

Total Weight: 1,507.4

Total calories: 815,554

Takeaways

1. Your Long-term food plan should, and food storage should be an investment meaning it should grow over time.

2. Incorporate livestock animals into your preparedness food plan

3. Incorporate some type of gardening or permaculture into your preparedness food plan

4. It doesn’t require a lot of time and effort to grow and produce high yield high quality food if done correctly.

5. Like any other investment or portfolio your Food storage it should be versatile. You should be able eat it, repurpose it and sell it while simultaneously growing it.

Chickens, Ducks and Rabbits:

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvc1DbSFJc8

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjVyCUdCJrM

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWZFQlVjE5w

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAneosCMiGs

Prepping livestock using limited space!:

· https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBntnLdM3zU

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