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What Would It Take to Spark a Rural/Small-Town Revival?

The increase in farm debt while farm income declines is putting unbearable financial pressure on American farmers, who must be differentiated from giant agri-business corporations. This is placing immense pressure on farmers, pressure which manifests in rising suicide rates. If this … Continue reading

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GM Golden Rice Flops In New Trial, Mutant Plants Reduces Crop Yield

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze After millions of dollars and untold amounts of hype, the GM Lobby’s favorite crop is demonstrating itself to do the opposite of what it was allegedly intended to do. As evidenced by a new study, Golden … Continue reading

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Iowa City Carves 1000 Acres To Seed Habitat Rescue For Bees And Butterflies

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze As the bee population continues to decline, many people are becoming increasingly concerned. Some in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, however, are now taking action to do what they can to prevent bees from disappearing completely. The plan … Continue reading

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Parity Is The Answer To America’s Agricultural Crisis

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze Farming is, by nature, an up and down game, with so many variables going into the production of food that can drive both prices and production. Throughout American and, indeed, world history, agriculture has been susceptible … Continue reading

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Skittles Highway Spill Reveals Feed Run To Cattle Lot

Brandon Turbeville Natural Blaze A recent news story, no doubt designed to capture the attention of people wanting light and weird news, has accidentally revealed yet another disgusting and unpleasant fact about the American food system. The case took off … Continue reading

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