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Author Topic: The Feed Crop, Grain, Forage and Soil Health Thread  (Read 8558 times)

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« Reply #340 on: Today at 11:59:42 AM »
Got a surprise in the mail other day.  A mint 50th anniversary edition.  An heirloom. 

 








Roxie, I am truly honored and grateful to have Cowboy Bobs book.  Thank you so much. 

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« Reply #341 on: Today at 01:19:53 PM »
Im not familiar with that book but Im certain its full of valuable information based on the print date alone. Ive read some of the old farming books, theres incredibly valuable knowledge in a lot of them 

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« Reply #342 on: Today at 01:31:30 PM »
It appears we got really off track due to surplus grain with no market post ww2.  Start feeding it to the cows and their omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acid ratio goes haywire.. Cancer and heart disease explode, etc.   Why should a dairy manage hundreds of acres of pasture when it can make a mint selling the pasture to corn and soy conglomerate then buy cheap corn and soy to feed right there in place?  

Hydrogenated seed oils ("vegetable oil") and continual tillage are also very very much part of the total national health epidemic.  If we were healthy, covid woulda been nothing.  Virus appears to be the activator of chronic disease.  It will only get larger from here.  

You wanna be rich?  Get a refractometer and market the nutrient density of your produce.  If its dense organic food and you can prove it, you can name your price because it isnt available anywhere and getting it is life and death for the growing sick masses. 

I believe some day the insurance company will be willing to pay for proven nutrient dense meal prep plans because it will be cheaper and more effective than paying for continually failing treatments, procedures and meds. Theyll make a lot more money collecting premiums on healing people than slowly dying ones. 
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« Reply #343 on: Today at 01:33:31 PM »
Awesome book Mike! That's pretty special.


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