Gold Shaw Farm: Net Worth and YouTube Earnings (2024)

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

➜ Where their current farm is located

➜ How much they make on YouTube

➜ How they saved up for their farm

➜ If they are wanting to have children

➜ What is their net worth and income

➜ Where you can source more details

➜ Discover any of their farming secrets

Then you’re in the right place!

Let’s journey into their #farmlife story.

The Channel

Gold Shaw Farm

Real Name(s)

Morgan Gold (age 33)

Allison Ebrahimi Gold (age 30)

The Farm

Gold Shaw Farm is a develping farm in Peacham, VT, based on 158 acres of land.

Interestingly, the Homesteading Act saw people receive 160 acres of land.

Morgan and Allison are focused on regenerative agriculture.


They’re based in Peacham, Vermont.

They don’t want their exact address published at this time.


They started their shift towards farming in 2016 after becoming disillusioned with their lives.

From here, they never looked back.

Net Worth

YouTube couples are often wealthier than we imagine.

As of 2024, Gold Shaw Farm have a net worth of $2,400,000 USD. This is based on the value of the farm, equipment, trucks, home and online business.

So yes, they are multi-millionaires but remain so humble. They have no plans to sell the farm and cash out for luxury goods. They are diligent savers too and have not let their YouTube success impact their lifestyle.


It’s also surprising how much their channel makes.

Gold Shaw Farm makes $12,700 per month on YouTube.

To do this, they simply:

➜ Allow YouTube to run ads on their videos

➜ Run a successful Patreon account

➜ Sell their own merchandise (calendars, plushies etc)

➜ Accept the occasional brand sponsorship

So it’s clear that they’re treating their YouTube channel like a business to make up cash flow shortfalls on the farms.

Meanwhile, they openly shared how much the farm actually made here:

Hint: It’s significantly less than what they made on YouTube.


I have seen them featured on several other channels.

Big Moments

During their farming journey, they experienced:

➜ Coyotes and people stalking the farm

➜ They caught several feral cats

➜ They found some incredibly old relics

And they’ll continue dealing with challenges as they come. The worst part was the hunters who were trespassing.

Future Plans

They want to ultimately build a profitable farm.

$18,000 per year just isn’t enough at this time.

Through their channel, they’ll eventually get there.


None that I could find.


What can we learn from their #farmpreneur journey?

➜ Farms certainly aren’t profitable right away

➜ Stay humble and committed to your farm

➜ Work hard on your self-sufficiency dreams

And most importantly – a supportive partner certainly helps through tough times.

My Thoughts

Morgan and Allison are a blessing to watch on YouTube.

They have introduced farming to the wider community and many of us have a greater respect for the sheer effort that goes into getting a farm from zero to profitability in several years time.

As a fan of their channel, I certainly can’t wait to see their channel grow to a million subscribers.

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