Folks, this ain't normal : a farmer's advice for happier hens, healthier people, and a better world / by Joel Salatin.
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- ISBN: 9780892968206 (pbk.)
- ISBN: 0892968206 (pbk.)
- Physical Description: xviii, 361 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: 1st trade ed.
- Publisher: New York : Center Street ; 2012.
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Children, chores, humility, and health -- A cat is a cow is a chicken is my aunt -- Hog Killin's and laying in the larder -- Wrappings, Trappings, and foil -- Lawn farms and kitchen chickens -- Dino-the-dinosaur-shaped nuggets don't grow chickens -- We only serve white meat here -- Disodium Ethylenediaminetetraacetate -- Yum! -- No compost, no digestion -- The poop, the whole poop, and nothing but the poop -- Park, plant, and power -- Roofless underground dream houses -- Grasping for water -- Mob stocking herbivorous solar conversion lignified carbon sequestration fertilization -- Let's make a despicable farm -- Scientific mythology : Centaurs and mermaids now in supermarkets -- You get what you pay for -- Get your grubby hands -- Sterile poop and other unsavory cultural objectives -- I hereby release you from being responsible for me -- I'm from the government, and I'm here to help you -- right -- The church of industrial food's unholy food inquisition.
Farmer Joel Salatin is the 21st century's thinking man's farmer who believes that the answer to rebuilding America is to start with the family farm and for those farms to thrive, we all need to learn how to eat naturally again. Salatin's solutions as presented in the book are very simple and easy to implement in any American household, whether in the suburbs of Chicago, the mountains of Colorado, or urban life in New York City. On topic with today's sustainable living conversation and the entire green movement in general. Americans have embraced green living and are looking for ways to nourish their families with clean, wholesome food.
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