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Bikini and Weapon: The Women Who Abandoned Comfort Life and Growing Cannabis on an Isolated Farm - Walla! news

2020-01-23T22:28:14.064Z

Three women moved to live outdoors to build a farm and raise cannabis. Despite moving away from civilization, they keep updating their followers on Instagram in their lifestyle and hope (with the help of sex ...



Bikini and Weapon: The Women Who Abandoned Comfort Life and Growing Cannabis on an Isolated Farm

Three women moved to live outdoors to build a farm and raise cannabis. Even though they have moved away from civilization, they continue to update their followers on Instagram and hope (with the help of sex appeal) to attract tourists who want to enjoy the variety of activities they offer - including free cannabis consumption

Bikini and Weapon: The Women Who Abandoned Comfort Life and Growing Cannabis on an Isolated Farm

Three women have abandoned their comfortable, modern lifestyles for the benefit of living on a secluded cannabis-raised California farm - and of course, documenting their new lifestyle on a special Instagram page, Girls Off Grid. Doris (39), Amy (31) and Lexie (28), abandoned their office work to set up their own cannabis farm, which now has 65 sheep, 60 goats, 40 chickens, 15 ducks, 8 pearls, 3 alpacas, two turkeys, two Horses, two dogs, two cats and one pig.

Their Instagram posts feature the same facts on the farm, modeling with their deliverables and spending time with seasonal volunteers. In the past, they made a living from selling cannabis, but changes to county laws no longer allow them to grow it for commercial use, so they now earn Lehman from selling fertilizer and walnuts. When asked about their Instagram account, Doris told The Sun: "I created Girls Off The Web as a wink to Girls Gone Wild. I assumed we could attract followers with our sex-epil, but then show them we're actually building a real farm here."

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Doris, who has no agricultural background, grew up as the daughter of one of the largest beer distribution companies in San Francisco. "In those days, I always wore designer clothes and wore heels," she said. "I hated getting dirty and not being in a section of outdoor activities that wasn't shopping or swimming in a pool or beach." After her father sold his company, Doris entered the organic fertilizer industry and later on began to eat more organic food. “Working in the agriculture industry, meeting farmers and exposing all the garbage they spray on our food made me realize that I wanted to grow my own food myself.

"What was good in my early life as an industrial farmer was the knowledge I gained in the field," she added. "To sell fertilizer to farmers, I had to learn the science behind it all. I took courses, read books, and studied soil science, plant pathology, and microbiology. Crucial to managing a successful farm. "

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"The worst part is shooting animals"

Farm life can be difficult, especially when it comes to protecting animals. "The worst part is when a bear eats half an animal and keeps it alive and I find it that way in the morning. It happened twice," says Doris, "a pig whose shoulders are eaten, still alive - but clearly he won't survive. It's probably the hardest job in the world when an animal Sick, injured or born with a malformation and I have to shoot him. "

The group is now expanding the farm to offer tourists recreation on the farm, and enjoy a variety of courses in the field. Doris added: "This year we are building two more tiny homes for rent on Airbnb. Our farm last year was a hit and I made it zero advertising. The place will offer yoga, sustainable agriculture, animal husbandry, feminine courses, health, American culture, extracts Plants and more. At heart, I am an entrepreneur, so I always want to create new businesses, be it products or services, but they will all be centered around this lifestyle. "

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