>"I think farming is inherently unsustainable" was written by Yankee.
>Firstly what is farming?
>Northern Hemisphere battery poultry, cows, vealers, etc., is not, but
>controlled grazing is and has been for a million years??
>Wild life had their own grazing rotations and developed wonderful pastures
>in many countries.
>So sustainable farming is no big deal, making humans open their eyes is.
>Best wishes for 1997
>(ex dairy & beef farmer & consultant)
You are right. I was too broad. I was thinking tillage. Grazing as farming
can be very sustainable indeed. Please pass to crow (or better, drop the R).