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There will be a time while you are settling in and doing the essential work when making money will not be high on your list of priorities. But this period must be kept to an absolute minimum. All the time you are not making money you are losing it. Your capital, whether cash or material belongings, will only last so long. This “wealth’ which you brought with you is precious and should be conserved.
Money, especially in large quantities, is very difficult to earn in rural areas and many people who start smallholding think things are difficult during the first year to 18 months. But it is only after this period that the goods you brought with you start to need replacing and this puts a more realistic drain on your resources. It can be seen from this that it is essential to start earning within the first six months, allowing time to build up towards the one-year crisis. The more available cash you started with, the longer the crisis takes to occur and the more money is potentially lost in the meantime.
When you survey the projects you intend to undertake try to arrange them in terms of time to profitability. Often those showing a profit soonest will give a poorer return than longer-term investments. But it is pointless going broke waiting for the big one when you could have started two or three smaller projects which would have tided you over until then.
The agricultural ventures tend to be in the long-term bracket, often not paying back capital invested for at least a year.