LOL, it's a lot of people for sure. The family farm is 1200 or so acres I'm told. And honestly, it wouldn't be just the one place. There are several farms and acreages around here in my friend's family. Not all of them live around here either. Is all the infrastructure in place? No, but if it all hit the fan in the worst case scenario that infrastructure would go in mighty fast. Think of a small town with damn near every skill there is covered.
Honestly, the farmers around there don't have big families and most have moved away. They're getting on in years and the only thing keeping them going is modern machinery, take it back to the old ways and they can't use most of their land... hell they can't take of themselves. So they need help and the land is needed, necessity will breed a cooperative situation where everyone will benefit. A few square miles of very productive farm land is more than enough to support 300 or so people.
And I know a few people they don't, including a herd of horses and a bunch of land not far away... and horse power would be a long term solution to farming and transport.
In that group, I'm not the best shot (that would be the uncle who taught the SEALs to shoot); I'm not the best farmer or grower. Heck in most areas there is probably someone better at a given skill than I am... but I'm the one that is thinking ahead, is the most prepared and most well rounded for the potentially crappy times ahead - I'm the idea man. Neither my friend nor his uncle know everything, but as little as his uncle knows his time in the military tells him when the crap hits the fan he wants me around. And I really don't talk much