Marsh Creek Farmstead is a true Survival Podcast success story. Inspired by my multiple episodes on comfrey, the owner put in propagation beds and began selling roots on eBay.
Not too long ago I myself needed a ton of cuttings for an orchard I was installing. It was a hard time of year to get comfrey but I found this company on eBay saying they shipped year round and the price was only a dollar a cutting and 7 bucks for shipping.
They were smaller cuttings but the point was the price was awesome and I could get them any time I wanted. I placed my order for three bundles, they showed up and we planted them. All went well. Next thing I know I hear from the owner, Jon, and he tells me that it was my show that prompted him to start building this business!
Guys all that might seem like a small thing, but to me it is an incredible circle that really shows what TSPC is all about! So when Jon wanted to do a discount for MSB we hammered out a few details and now I have an increadible deal for you guys.
Marsh Creek, sells Bocking 14 Comfrey for all your Permaculture and homesteading needs. Putting in a food forest? Need a high protein feed addition for your animals? Want to make your own liquid fertilizer? We’ve got your covered! Our MSB discount is 10% and free priority shipping (us addresses only on free shipping) on 35 root cuttings.
So what is the math on that?
His normal every day customers get 30 cuttings for 30 dollars and pay 6.95 shipping.
MSB get 35 cuttings (5 free) and pay 27 dollars and zero shipping.
Total sayings there, 9.95 plus 5 cuttings, call that 5 bucks more, so that saves you, 14.95!
When I talk about value for the MSB, this is what I mean, now being able to do this with a TSPC inspired business, that is a just plain awesome.
The discount is available via a special password protected TSPC.co only page, the password to access the page is already in the benefits section of the MSB.
Note – I will be putting out a video showing the cuttings provided by March Creek in a day or two. They are smaller cuttings and he recommends starting them out in pots, that said I got about 75-80% success in my orchard with direct planting. This is IN SPITE of excessive rain. Too much wet is bad for comfrey until it gets established, it can actually melt the roots. So I am highly impressed with the success ratio I got with direct planting.
If you have been considering joining the MSB, this is just another example of the great values I gain for members. Learn more or log in at the MSB Members Page.