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Petaluma farmer raises ducks deluxe - SFGate
strain of pekin type duck, a type of mallard.
duck  breast  liberty  farms 
18 days ago by pegasus505
Living Soil Solutions - Green Prairie Farms
Turn Key System To Create Organically Grown Small Batch Craft Cannabis To Double Your Profit Margin
Living  Soil  Solutions  -  Green  Prairie  Farms 
8 weeks ago by LocalBusiness
Everything You Need to Know About Oklahoma's Medical Marijuana Program - Green Prairie Farms
In June of 2018, the State of Oklahoma passed SQ 788, which legalized the sale and use of medical marijuana within the State. Green Prairie Farms.
Tulsa  dispensary  Green  Prairie  Farms  living  soil 
8 weeks ago by LocalBusiness
News - Green Prairie Farms
Oklahoma’s Medical Marijuana Program. Tulsa dispensary - Green Prairie Farms
Tulsa  dispensary  Green  Prairie  Farms 
8 weeks ago by LocalBusiness
Dr Sarah Taber on Twitter: "Corn is a platform with both limitless purposes, and one purpose: to turn rural land into a dependable & infinitely fungible financial asset.… https://t.co/5mSzhA3lhR"
land ownership separate from food production, not enough criticism of its role in modern industrial food economies (all criticism is on the production side)
farms  food  politics  economics 
december 2018 by eeeps
Wendell Berry: The Pleasures of Eating | ecoliteracy.org
Indeed, this sort of consumption may be said to be one of the chief goals of industrial production. The food industrialists have by now persuaded millions of consumers to prefer food that is already prepared. They will grow, deliver, and cook your food for you and (just like your mother) beg you to eat it. That they do not yet offer to insert it, prechewed, into our mouth is only because they have found no profitable way to do so. We may rest assured that they would be glad to find such a way. The ideal industrial food consumer would be strapped to a table with a tube running from the food factory directly into his or her stomach.
eating  food  health  systems  industry  meal  kit  product  process  ecology  farms  agriculture  eater 
november 2018 by LizFlyntz

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