The Omnivore's Delusion: Against the agri-intellectuals

The Omnivore's Delusion: Against the agri-intellectuals

The American.com (American Enterprise Institute) - July 30, 2009

Critics of “industrial farming” spend most of their time concerned with the processes by which food is raised. This is because the results of organic production are so, well, troublesome...The most delicious irony is this: the parts of farming that are the most “industrial” are the most likely to be owned by the kind of family farmers that elicit such a positive response from the consumer. Corn farms are almost all owned and managed by small family farmers.

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