"Today's grain grower generally wants to substitute at least some machine
power for the manual labor and general messiness of the older way - - to
look at the options I have divided the operations into three tasks - -
cutting, gathering and threshing."
This article is the underpinning for a series of workshops to be conducted
by Eugene Canales and Joel Salatin at the 1999 Mid-Atlantic Biodynamic Food
and Farming Conference October 1-3 in Charles Town, WV.
"Smaller Scale Grain Production Today" appears in its entirety at
More information on the Mid-Atlantic Biodynamic Food and Farming Conference
is available at http://www.igg.com/bdnow/bdconf/
I apologize for the x-posting.
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