Many homesteaders get side tracked by the promise of profiting from direct to consumer marketing style small scale farming. Often the promise of profit is elusive and dreams are dashed. In search of "making a living", many homesteaders lose sight of why they started this lifestyle in the first place. What is the difference between homesteading and small scale farming? Which is best suited for most American smallholders? Is selling food really the best way for homesteaders to earn money on their land? Scott Terry and Richard Grossman discuss these questions and many more...