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Fast-Food Chains Are Demanding Ethical Products. How Will Farmers Keep Up?
But Joel Salatin, owner of hyper-sustainable Polyface Farms, doesn't believe that "peak sustainability" — a point at which there's no way we can possibly produce enough to go around — has to happen. "Can our kind of beef, for example, supply all the …
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Is there a moral case for meat?
I certainly prefer Joel Salatin's 400-bird Eggmobile on lush grass, because to my human eyes it's beautiful — and chicken cages look horrible. But I have real doubt as to what's better from the chicken's perspective. There are a lot of …
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Dinner and Lecture at Acton University – Joel Salatin
Parking is available at DeVos Place. Enter on Michigan Street next to the Grand River. For more information, please email Michelle Hornak at mhornak@acton.org or call 616.454.3080. Pricing: Each dinner is $ 60 per person. Want to bring along friends?
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Ag expert Joel Salatin offers farming tips
While hosting about 50 dinner guests on Friday evening, Shitama gave credit to farmer and author Joel Salatin for some of the methods used on the farm. Salatin, an agricultural lecturer whose books include "Folks, This Ain't Normal," "You Can Farm" and …
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