Backyard Liberty Review – Is Backyard Liberty Program A Scam?

In this post I’m going to share with you my personal experience with the Backyard Liberty Aquaponics System. This is their official website: Backyard Liberty Official Website

As you might already know, I started growing my own food a year ago. Back then I didn’t know anything about gardening. All I knew was I had to find a solution to protect my 2 kinds and my wife, during this food crisis.  Above all this I couldn’t keep up with the grocery bills, because the prices were increasing faster than my monthly income.

So I started my gardening adventure, with raised beds. The small backyard allowed me to arrange 5 beds with tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, carrots and a few potatoes.

backyard liberty program - planting beans backyard liberty  my first seeds backyard liberty program

After a year of raised beds gardening, I drew the line and made a review of what I accomplished and the obvious conclusion was this:

Raised beds gardening is a full time job that requires a lot of daily work and energy and… let’s not talk about water consumption.. it basically skyrocketed my water bill.

Overall I spend more money and energy than I would have bought the vegetables from my local market. And above all this wasn’t a solution for the uncertain future since it uses too much water.

I needed something, else, something revolutionary, something that:

  • Is cheap and easy to create like the raised beds
  • Can produce vegetables even in winter!!! This is very important, the normal outside beds, will only produce one single crop and if you want to feed your family the whole year, you will need a solution for winter also
  • Should be easy to maintain: a few minutes a day, since my wife and I are working from 9 to 5.
  • Requires a small space
  • Doesn’t waste too much water, because I cannot afford any extra payments, anymore…

It seemed an impossible mission. I searched through all the internet and talked with all my friends BUT with no luck. Then one day, I found by mistake, Backyard Liberty Aquaponics.

I met Alex Deacon after reading his story on infowars.com. At first I was skeptical if this system will really work or not. Everything seemed so easy and it looked too good to be true. I had to risk and take this chance because it was my only solution I found to food independency.

So I bought Alec’s Backyard Liberty System. In return I got:

1)      An instructional video that showed me the building process from beginning to end, which btw, it takes around ONE HOUR!

2)      The Backyard Liberty Manual, that contains all the information, on how to build this amazing automated food growing system

3)      A quick start guide, that gave me overview on what I need to do first

4)      and… the cherry from the pie, I also got 3 amazing books as bonuses! This is royal treatment…

Backyard Liberty Package

I planned everything, as Alec instructed me and I started to build “the thing” on Tuesday morning. I was a little bit scarred at first, because I thought I couldn’t do it. I’m not the tech guy type. I planned it will take the whole week, but for my wife’s surprise we finished this in less than 2 hours! And this is the first time in my life when I used a hammer!

To tell you the truth I had a secret weapon:

Christian - my youngest son

My 6 years old child, Christian, that made most of the work for me :)

Now, it’s been 4 months since I started using my Backyard Liberty aquaponics system and the conclusions are simply amazing:

1)      The Backyard Liberty System is so simple that a 6 years old child can do it

2)      It’s cheaper to implement than any other alternative system

3)      It’s easy to maintain (15 minutes a day): you don’t need to work the land in that weird ostrich position (bottom up, and head down, I just hated that position!!!)

4)      You will have a continuous source of proteins from fish (this is very important to keep a balanced diet)

5)      The water bills stayed basically the same since it doesn’t waste any water.

6)      It requires little space; you can even place this system in your basement.

7)      I can eat spinach (my favorite) even in winter, since I installed my first aquaponics system in my garage.

Even if:

  • You have no experience with gardening
  • Or You don’t know how to use a hammer, or worse, you don’t have one!
  • Or You don’t have a big space to grow your food (it only requires around 10 square feet!)

You should consider building your own aquaponics system. It will give you a fresh and cheap source of vegetables for the whole year. You will also be fully protected of their 365 days money back satisfaction guarantee. This way you won’t have anything to lose.

Here’s the official link again

>> Get Your Backyard Liberty Aquaponics – 45% OFF regular price<<

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A few pictures with my Backyard Liberty veggies:

My first Green Beans Crop with Backyard Liberty

My first Green Beans Crop with Backyard Liberty

My big Pumpkin Crop with Backyard Liberty

My big Pumpkin Crop with Backyard Liberty

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My first eggplant flower with Backyard Liberty

My first eggplant flower with Backyard Liberty

 

My first aquaponics cucumber

My first aquaponics cucumber

Here’s a picture with a my family and our first consistent crop, taken by Christian.

My First Substantial Crop With Backyard Liberty Aquaponics

My First Substantial Crop With Backyard Liberty Aquaponics

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Resources: wikipedia.org ag.arizona.edu

15 Responses to “Backyard Liberty Review – Is Backyard Liberty Program A Scam?”

  1. Andrew 25 February 2013 at 11:23 am Permalink

    I was looking for infos about Backyard Liberty for a few days, when I finally found your page. I didn’t really believe it was possible like they say it is, but reading your opinion about their aquaponics system I decided to give it a try. I just started reading the book and it already seems like i made a great choice trusting you. Hope we can stay in touch and compare techniques for fish and vegetables.

    • admin 25 February 2013 at 11:01 am Permalink

      I’m glad you followed my lead:). Sure we can stay in touch, give me an e-mail on the contact page.

  2. jake 3 March 2013 at 7:36 pm Permalink

    I’ve read that you can grow almost anything with these systems, but watermelon?

    • admin 3 March 2013 at 7:58 pm Permalink

      I had to try it, we’re big fans! As you can see, it grows pretty well :)

  3. Stev 5 March 2013 at 1:33 pm Permalink

    My wife would love organic pumpkins like that… and in only 4 months?! That’s amazing man. I had doubts that it is easy to set up, but if your Christian can do it…I’m sure I can do it :) )

  4. anne 14 March 2013 at 7:38 pm Permalink

    It all look great, especially your family :) . But how are the fish expenses going? I’m having some doubts about buying the Backyard Liberty system because I’ve read that it can be pretty expensive to feed the fishes :(

  5. Tom 15 March 2013 at 9:52 pm Permalink

    What fish are you using? In leaving in the north and I’m having some troubles finding fish that grows to maturity in one season. I would like to find something like tilapia that grow very fast. That’s the only reason why I’m not yet fully decided to buy this system, can you help me ?

  6. Kelly 27 March 2013 at 8:33 pm Permalink

    HI, PLEASE HELP!! I purchased your system a few days ago and now it will not let me load it and the initial website is no longer available. Can you tell me why and how to retrieve my materials?

    • admin 28 March 2013 at 5:50 am Permalink

      Hi Kelly, it’s not my system I just wrote a review on it. But I’ve send them an e-mail to see what happened with their website. They had a small problem because of a big amount of traffic on site, but now it’s working just fine. You should try to enter now, it works.

  7. Roxanne Johnson 2 April 2013 at 7:16 pm Permalink

    Please tell us where to buy our fish. We live in California and I have no idea where to begin. I also would like Tilapia. Do I have to go catch them first and do they breed?

  8. Steve 6 April 2013 at 4:32 pm Permalink

    I am curious, can a person grow potatoes? Seems if you can grow carrots, potatoes would work. And what fish? That one seems to me to be a problem, as far as space is concerned. I really like this idea, just have questions.
    Thanks

  9. Parte 9 April 2013 at 6:29 am Permalink

    Thank you for keeping us updated. I very enjoy it and find all the data incredibly useful.

  10. Lori 19 April 2013 at 1:56 am Permalink

    What kind of fish can you use and how do you get them?

  11. Lori 19 April 2013 at 2:09 am Permalink

    Also, If this is an electronic book, our internet service provider only allows a certain amount of downloaded mega bytes per day. How big is the download file?

  12. Cher 20 April 2013 at 7:05 pm Permalink

    This all sounds great, but remember the GMO factor. If you use GMO seeds, you are just growing GMO veggies. I am new to this site and system, so perhaps you show a way to get organic, non-GMO seeds, but they are getting scarcer now. Potatoes are now going GMO, along with the wheat, soybeans, etc., thanks to Monsanto mostly. He who controls the food, air, and water- controls his destiny… or others control us!


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