The Bases Lectures Graham Harvey: Dangers in Agriculture





The Bases Lectures Graham Harvey: Dangers in Agriculture


So interesting ....and true... I had 2 cancers and I cannot eat the foods I loved before....the junk foods....
Thank you for the video. Very good points and agree it’s a much better way and I like you’re talking about mirco’s .
Not in all cases but what was on the land before the farm? Lots of TREES. If we all grew are own food we could stop over farming we could help repairing the land, air, wild life etc.. Just about anywhere you go peoples yards are unused land with lots of grass. That’s the bigger issue were not taking advantage of our own lands, but wasting water on the grass that does nothing for you. Shame on the people for thinking they need 100% store bough food. What I can grow in under 200 square feet would blow you away. My goal this summer and through next the winter-(growtent) is to not buy store food, and eat what I grow only. I know I’ll be able to do this because I’m mostly doing it now. I’m still a newbie grower learning lots as I go. Without going into a long story how I recommended every one watch lots of John Kohler (YouTube) very passionate guy it will change your mind on how to grow food, also (YouTube) “Back to Eden Organic Gardening film”.
Miles - this guy is one of your best speakers. I had no idea about any of this before viewing this video - and it is important material. Very important. And very well explained.
Fascinating lecture. (Rather better than all that rubbish from Princess Sarah and her dopey boyfriend.)
It's interesting to think that Danielle la Verite is a slim woman with lush thick hair and when she was unable to attend her replacement was her physical opposite.
his timeline of agriculture is way out
omg, never tought i would watch that paleo nonsense here. omg. its sad. starch based and ideally organic (raw) vegan for the win.. even your beloved harald said that... . basically this nonsense gives those corpse eater and pain inducer an other excuse for their blood and smoke ritual habit. agriculture ist a must in our times. its how we do it. yes we do it wrong and we are tricked by the concernes, but thats no reason to abandon it... .
Just watch the following movies on youtube and you will undestand that the cause of all our illnesses is eating animal proteins and refined sugar: 'A Delicate balance, the truth', 'Cowspiracy' and 'Earthlings'. 'After watching these movies, congratulate yourself as you are now a vegetarian or even a vegan!
Excellent and key. culture comes from agriculture. Your roots are the roots you planted. Went to som bloody good raves on farms aswell... raises 50 grand in one night. TOP MAN GRAHAM HARVEY. More lectures like this and the MI5 bloke on law and we'll be getting there. Need Casbolt to guard it. I am up for it. Let's do this . Gotta vote where my tax money goes and we could party hardy mardy!
Very interesting indeed thanks miles ... love to you.
1. We have 7 billion to feed-hunter gathering would not feed 70 million worldwide- hence the need for agriculture
2. Mixed farming is the version of farming practised by the poorest people on Earth-if it was so good they would not have the arse out in their trousers.In the UK you would be dependent on charity shops and would not be able to pay real life bills every month if you farmed that way,that is why the farmers who did not specialise in one type of farming e.g. Dairy or Arable went out of business
3. Farmers use Farm Yard Manure and slurry not just man-made fertilisers. You will notice the smell if you venture into the countryside in the spring or autumn
4. We don`t feed animals on grain as their primary feed.Cattle are fed grass,hay,silage etc,grain based concentrates are expensive and farmers avoid expense.Grass does not grow all year round so they do need to be fed some non grass food in winter and early spring- the alternative is let them starve
5. If you keep cattle out in the field in the winter the soil suffers compaction just as it would if you drove a tractor on it when it was wet
6. Cargill- Big Agrifood exemplified have both organic and non-organic production streams- so there is no big conspiracy to stop organic farming
7. Farmers in Ireland and New Zealand have produced grass fed cattle and sheep for centuries, but they don`t have 65 million people to feed every day on (roughly) the same amount of land
8. Niche marketing of locally produced milk and premium meat will work for a few farmers not the majority- most people want meat and milk cheap and convenient at their local Aldi or Morrisons
9. More food is produced now than ever before and it is cheaper than it ever has been in real terms,be thankful that you spend 10% of your income on food-not 40% or 80% like your forbears
Nice. Vids are getting practical.
Interesting talk should be in schools
I added grain to my large animal diet and the wild turkeys dig thru it causing great carbon to occur. Love ur video...
Doesn't hemp take in more Co2? Regenerates soil, is a food, medicine, building material, etc, etc, etc, X 1000. And, no need to cut down any tree. There's the reason 'they' banned it.
This harkens back to the "Ishmael" - 1992, a novel by Daniel Quinn followed by "The Story of B". Just read that and you'll know just where and why we are here at this crossroads of "farm" and agriculture. More herding in my opinion, herding the people into the cities, herding the cattle into the factory farms, etc. etc. Global Agenda Sustainable Agenda.


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