Originally Posted by CoMoChief
Some of you need to listen to Dr. Wallach interview and lectures.
His methods would solve about 85-90% of the mainstream health issues we all have in today's world.
He does say that we as humans should not be eating any kind of whole wheat. It's a complete myth that's it's healthy for you. It's actually not.
I will sell you a quarter (160 acres) for next to nothing out here and you can do all that shit. Just so long as I get first rights to the land after your bankruptcy and subsequent liquidation.
I don't know what this jackass is saying everyone should do, but I'm going to assume that it is something to do with sustainability and grow some livestock, and feed the livestock some grain and forage from the grain stalks and manure for fertilizer and blah blah blah keep everything organic
. If that's wrong, let me know.
Look, the bottom line is this. There is a huge premium for organic products. The amount of yuppies that buy into it is truly mind boggling. The fact is there is a real and substantial market for organic goods. These jackasses (again, I'm not reading anything that dude says, just assuming) say that you can be just as productive being all organic. Accordingly, that insinuates that organic producers are just as productive as conventional producers and getting a huge premium. Therefore, they're making huge profits and filthy ****ing rich. Almost all farmers are doing what they do for profit. Do you know why organic is not widely accepted? Because in most cases the profit isn't there. It doesn't ****ing work. Some places can make something work if the premium is high enough. Some farmers do it on principle. Others do it so they can continue to farm like their dads and grandads did in the 30s and not have to go through the trouble of keeping up with the industry.
If it were genuinely feasible, with the organic premiums out there today, everybody would be doing it.
But go ahead. I'll sell you a quarter for next to nothing out here and you can show us how to do it. Just make damn sure I get the land back when you're bankrupt.