If you’re a fan of his YouTube channel and want to know:

➜ Where his current dairy farm is located

➜ How much he makes on YouTube

➜ How he saved up for his farm

➜ If he is single or has a girlfriend

➜ What is his net worth and income

➜ Where you can source more details

➜ Discover more of his farming secrets

Then you’re in the right place!

Let’s journey into his #farmlife story.

The Channel

10th Generation Dairyman

Real Name(s)

Eric Weaver who is 27 years old.

He hasn’t talked about his wife.

The Farm

The farm has 200 Holstein cows that combined, produce thousands of gallons of milk each week.

He also farms for corn and soy.


His family have bought combine harvesters, bobcats, side by sides and new tractors.


Eric is based in Southern Pennsylvania.

While I have his exact location, I know that he doesn’t appreciate YouTube fans rocking up to his farm gate and expecting a free tour. He has work to do and doesn’t get paid to be a tour guide.


Eric grew up on the farm and instead of moving to the city, he’s carrying the family farm forward well into the future.

Net Worth

Guys on Youtube are typically wealthier than we imagine.

As of 2024, 10th Generation Dairyman has a net worth of $1,200,000 USD. This is based on the value of his home and car.

Upon inheriting the farm in around 30 years, he’ll be worth around $6 million.


It’s also surprising how much he makes with his channel.

10th Generation Dairyman makes $12,700 per month on YouTube.

Like they say…make hay while the sun shines! Not many other YouTubers make this much.

His revenue streams are YouTube ads, merchandise sales and occasional brand sponsorships.

It’s clear that he’s treating his channel like a real business.


He has been featured on several farming YouTube channels and podcast episodes.

Big Moments

During his journey, Eric has experienced:

➜ Tearing down the farmhouse

➜ Dealing with several snow storms

➜ People trying to trespass on to the farm

Fortunately, nothing dangerous has happened yet.

Future Plans

Eric has no plans to leave. He simply wants to work hard and inspire the next farming generation.


None that I could find.


What can we learn from his #farmlife journey?

➜ Stay humble and committed to freedom

➜ Farming clearly isn’t just for old people

➜ The world needs more helpful farmers

And start working on your self-sufficiency plans.

My Thoughts

Eric is a gift to the sustainable farming community.

Through his work, he’s inspired a generation of lazy folk to put down the phone and Instagram stalking and start working hard for their success.

I look forward to watching his journey unfold over the next 10 years.

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