If you'd really like to pursue opportunities to work on a farm, a good time to have started looking would have been four months ago when you were given notice (and said okay) or even earlier. There are organizations that help with such things -- http://www.wwoof.net/ is one of them. Getting started investigating those options now might still be a good idea, probably not for the short term but thinking ahead to next year.
BTW, if you can barely cover expenses why in the world are you paying for cable TV and a monthly cell phone plan? Nobody needs cable TV. Libraries often have free computers. Tmobile has a prepaid cellphone plan that would let you have a phone for necessities (but no apps or interenet stuff) for under ten dollars a month. How much could you save if you cut your spending to the absolute minimum?