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Organic farming - you are born to it

Organic farming - you are born to it

We are organic because we farm organically not because of any organic inspection routine. My understanding of animal husbandry is quite simple, nothing added nothing taken away.
Organic farming  it is not and never has been a factory industry, it is a culture it is a way of life you are born to it. Agriculture has become dictated by people who do not understand what it is to be a farmer it is not and never has been a factory industry it is a culture it is a way of life you are born to it.
It amazes me we seem to forget that the farmer did not invent any chemical or any other toxic product and had they been left alone the whole country would be still be producing by traditional organic methods.

Jonathan Rees
We were born organic

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