Trinity Vandenacre: Net Worth, Family, Wife and YouTube Earnings (2024)

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

➜ Where his current farm is located

➜ How much he makes on YouTube

➜ How he saved up for his farm

➜ If he is single or has a wife

➜ 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 #cabinlife story.

The Channel

Trinity Vandenacre (age 45) who runs Life In The West.

He’s definitely rocking the Yellowstone vibes on his ranch!

He does not have a wife or girlfriend, or if Trinity does, he’s definitely doing a good job of hiding her. Trinity is Christian.

He does have a son who is rarely featured.

The Farm

He’s raising cattle on his own ranch in the west.


He’s based in Townsend, MT but I don’t have his exact address.

Trinity does NOT want YouTube fans rocking up to his front gate unannounced and expecting tours.

Interestingly though, he does provide his phone number on his website.


He grew up in the country and finds happiness right there.

Net Worth

Farmers on Youtube can be wealthier than we assume.

As of 2024, Trinity Vandenacre has a net worth of $2,700,000 USD. This is based on the value of his farm, cattle, equipment, truck and home.

That said, he ain’t ever selling up and moving elsewhere. It’s out on the farm that he finds true happiness and contentment, plus a purpose in life.


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

Trinity Vandenacre makes $3,200 per month on YouTube through the ads that play on the channel.

Unfortunately, his videos are super under-monetized. He could accept brand sponsorships, use affiliate links and offer a Patreon subscription. This would give a 7x boost to his earnings.


I have seen him featured on numerous channels, in both the farming and outdoors niches.

Big Moments

During his time on YouTube:

➜ He broke one of his ribs

➜ He’s had to deal with snow storms

➜ He’s done some cattle drives

And it’s definitely a real life experience, not Hollywood.

Future Plans

He’s never selling the farm. Chances are that Trinity will pass this down to his children.


None that I could find anywhere. He’s been open about his journey and struggles in farming.


What can we learn from his #farmlife journey?

➜ Life isn’t meant to be easy

➜ Work daily on self-sustainability

➜ Stay humble and committed

And hard work certainly pays off.

My Thoughts

Trinity provides a true glimpse into ranch life and the challenges that come about.

He also campaigns for freedom that many of us are seeking.

His content has inspired thousands of people, and I hope he continues well into the future.

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