More Farms Turning To Community Suppo...

More Farms Turning To Community Supported Agriculture

There are 62 comments on the Hartford Courant story from May 17, 2009, titled More Farms Turning To Community Supported Agriculture. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

But none of them might have worried as much as Harrison and Carol Griffin over this question: Would they be, after nine generations, the last of their line working the soil in Suffield ? Their three grown children - Jonathan, 34, Sheri Mandirola, 31, and Sarah-Jean, 22, each with an agriculture degree from Cornell University - were concerned enough ...

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Duluth, MN

#62 May 23, 2009
Bill Smith wrote:
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Don't work with them.
So Bill, enlighten us on production agriculture.

How many quarts of whatever do you put up over the summer?

Saint Michael, MN

#63 May 26, 2009
Bill Smith wrote:
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Oh please. I will survive for years after the rest of the world starves and feeds off each other. I don't use hybrid seeds and I am well prepared.
Sorry, I don't consume anything with HFCS in it or anything that comes in a box for that matter.
We will see how long you survive when the fuel runs dry. I'm sure you have cancer from the rancid beef you eat and sell to fools.
Yea, right ...

btw, the meat I produce is organic (real organic ... not regular stuff labled 'organic' by the grocers) lamb.

I buy beef from my brother-in-law.


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