Saturday, September 13, 2014

Low Intensity, Sustainable Farming Expert Comes to Ontario

Joel Salatin, a 3rd generation low intensity farmer from Virginia USA is coming to Guelph ON on Saturday Oct. 4, 2014 to share his low intensity, integrated farming experiences for the benefit of farmers, consumer, and academics.

Joel Salatin, expert in sustainable,
low intensity farming
Joel and Polyface Farm has developed sustainable farming systems for beef, pork, chickens, and eggs.  I highly recommend taking advantage of this opportunity for Ontario to listen and learn from Joel's hands-on sustainable farming experiences and ideas for the future.

Both my wife and I have registered for this exciting day-long event at $65 per person.  I have admired what Joel has been doing in pastured poultry, and his alternative open air abattoir that performs 10 times better than the high speed, mechanized abattoir systems typically used by the #ChickenMafia.

Joel was one of the featured examples of excellent farming techniques presented in the documentary film Food Inc.

My thanks and congratulations to Practical Farmers of Ontario for bringing Joel to Ontario.

Spots are filling quickly, so I suggest you hurry to get a seat.  Here are the details to register:

Joel Salatin, Polyface Farms, Guelph ON, Sat. Oct. 4, 2014 on sustainable, low intensity farming

No comments:

Post a Comment

Off-topic commercial spam that's posted so as to help sell your wares will be deleted.

On-topic comments, where you behave yourself and play nicely, will remain posted; whether they are pro or con. Everybody needs to fully understand all points of view so that we can find a solution that encompasses everybody's concerns. Give it your best shot.

If you decide to post, your posting becomes part of the public record, and SFPFC has full rights to use it (or not) in any reasonable manner or medium that suits our purposes.

Before posting, please proofread, and correct as necessary. If you subsequently discover a need to fix your previous posting, make an additional posting that refers to the original posting, then set the record straight.