Archive for the ‘Eco-Agriculture’ Category

Grassfed is Not Just About “Local”

Monday, April 1, 2013 21:59 No Comments

Paul Schwennesen is a rancher who raises only grassfed cattle on 12,000 acres in Arizona and New Mexico. Schwennesen published an article in 2010 for PERC (Property and Environment Research Center) that is even more relevant three years later: “Grassfed Beef and the Politics of Local.” Schwennesen is a talented writer, and he has eloquently [...]

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Real Pork

Sunday, December 2, 2012 19:24 6 Comments

Post-workout breakfast this morning: Melo Farms french-cut pork chop. Free-range eggs, also from Melo. Topped with a bunch of fresh-grown sweet peppers and chopped scallions. I post this because I have an article coming up on the government’s “other white meat.” A nasty, despicable, industrial product that I cannot stomach. This is the best pork [...]

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Joel Salatin on Knowing Your Farmer: “Link up with the tribe.”

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 11:38 No Comments

This is a fantastic interview on the part of Dr. Mercola, with anarcho-farmer Joel Salatin. There are many great interviews with Joel ’round the web, but this interview is very different than the norm. In fact, one focus is around the spontaneous order of farm-to-food. Joel brings up some great points about the problem of [...]

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Another Attack on Meat By A Vegan Warrior and Mouthpiece for Big Agra

Monday, April 23, 2012 13:35 4 Comments

Recently, the New York Times opinion page ran a trash piece by James E. McWilliams¬†called “The Myth of Sustainable Meat.” First off, it is very important to note that McWilliams is a left-wing environmental professor, animal rights activist, and vegan.¬†McWilliams is also not a farmer, but rather, he is an academic who teaches environmental history [...]

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Do You Know What Your Child is Doing?

Sunday, March 25, 2012 21:58 4 Comments
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