Human Agriculture and family

I have visited and spent time on farms in various countries including the United States of AmericaBundesrepublik Deutschland, and République Française.

As we now know, large scale industrialized farming isn’t good for the land, species, and people. While it does provide for a large quantity of foodstuffs, most of those foodstuffs are not good for the human body and mind.

In République Française, I’ve visited farming near Chalon-sur-Saone and local markets that provided foodstuffs. Human families ran the farms, market stalls, and support services. All the foodstuffs are of high quality and organic.

In Bundesrepublik Deutschland, I visited and stayed on a farm in Ettingshausen Reiskirchen that raises cows and corn for the cows.

In Nederlands I saw many farms, of which many were dedicated to the growing of Tulips, as well as cows, pigs, and vegetables.

In Barnard, Vermont, United States I stayed with families that farmed pigs, cows and corn and vegetables.

Of course, farming is hard work. Most humans are allergic to hard work. Just read Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. This is unfortunate. However, organic farming should be strongly supported by educated society for it’s contribution to the quality of life.  The better the community and national support for agriculture, the more technological support for the farm is possible, reducing the amount of work required in many cases.

Life is Good.

God Bless America, please.

Peter Grace

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have worked in Financial Services for over 15 years with extensive experience in Project Management, Systems Analysis, Compliance, Operations, Relationship Management, and System Management. I am an NRA Rifle and Pistol Instructor as well as an NRA Range Safety Officer. I am a high power rocketeer. I'm an Level 2 Certified in NAR and Tripoli I am also an Amateur Extra Radio Operator. I enjoy photography:

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