Drowning

I just finished filming episode 5 of my Le Bout Du Monde adventure and I am stressed.

My current equipment expenses are $832 per day.

At 9 days per season, and four seasons of course, that comes to $29,952.

My loan interest on about $200,000 will currently amount to $27,792.

Those seemed scary, until I glanced at glanced at animal upkeep at a staggering $4700 per day.

All said, that comes to about $226,944 annually.

That figure does not include fertilizer, seed, fuel or other unforeseen expenses.

I feel like I am going at this blind because I have no idea how much money I’ll be getting from my animals.

I do not know what to do.

When should I sell them off? If I cannot keep productivity at 100%, at what point do expenses overcome revenue on animals?

Perhaps I should sell off the sheep since they are the furthest away?

I feel the stress of trying to manage everything, and understand why my dad sold off the cows in real life when he took over the farm.  It is just too much for one person to do.

For now, we are going to try to keep everything, and hope I don’t go bankrupt.

I do not think I will ever start a game again with animals.

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