Tag Archives: farming

Living Soil Film

Soil Health Institute | youtube.com Our soils support 95 percent of all food production, and by 2060, our soils will be asked to give us as much food as we have consumed in the last 500 years. They filter our … Continue reading

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Monsanto May Lose Billions in Brazil Over “Monsanto Tax”

Dr. Mercola mercola.com Brazil, the second-largest producer of genetically modified (GM) crops (after the U.S.), is the latest country to take a stand against biotech giant Monsanto, which could end up handing over at least $2 billion as a result. … Continue reading

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Our food under threat

Source: 2GB Alan Jones speaks with Drew Hutton, Linda Weston and Rob Anderson about mining encroachment on farming land. Listen to Podcast: Our food under threat

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Cash? You’re standing in it as farmers view manure plan

Rachel Wells Great Lakes Advocate YARROWEYAH dairy farmer Jim McKeown never dreamed the cow manure he trudges through every day could one day earn him a serious dollar. However, a new initiative, released yesterday for public comment, could see manure … Continue reading

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Sell the farm to buy a future as China’s food bowl

Lauren Quaintance Sydney Morning Herald PLANS to seek billions of dollars in Chinese investment to transform vast tracts of undeveloped land in northern Australia for farming would come at the expense of giving Australians access to affordable, good quality food, … Continue reading

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The fight against coal seam gas mining continues

Alan Jones 2GB Alan Jones speaks with anti-CSG mining activist Drew Hutton about the fight to preserve farming land. Listen to the podcast

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Amish children are nearly immune to asthma and allergies

Reuters Reporters Daily Mail Study compared children on Amish farms in Indiana to children in Switzerland, where most Amish originate Amish children have 5 percent allergy rate, compared to 11.2 percent among Swiss kids Amish children raised on rural farms … Continue reading

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Toward a Drug-Free Burger: Ruling May Curb Antibiotics in Meat

Bryan Walsh Time Health The oil industry gets a lot of attention, but for my money the most powerful lobby in U.S. politics is agriculture. Between commodity crops and meat, the sector is huge. Plus, the very makeup of the … Continue reading

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Chinese Man Grows World’s Most Expensive Tea from Panda Dung

NTD TV These days pandas are doing more than just eating bamboo and practicing kung fu. One panda in China’s Sichuan Province is now mastering the art of tea farming. Here’s the story of this panda’s unusual contribution to tea … Continue reading

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Native Farmers in Mexico Help Drive Local Eco-Friendly Farming

Emilio Godoy Nation of Change The largely invisible work of small local groups of indigenous farmers in Mexico who are spearheading the defense of their territory and identity and of native seeds is strengthening ecologically sound family farming, experts say. … Continue reading

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