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CROP PRODUCTION & MANAGEMENT - 01 For Class 8th and NTSE
 
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History of agriculture – Early man was basically a hunter and use to collect food from the forest. In those days, human beings consumed plant parts and animals as raw without cooking. When the early humans settled at different places, they started growing plants for food. Slowly, this activity of growing plants became systematic and began to take place on a large scale. AGRICULTURE: The practice of growing plants at a place is known as Agriculture. When plants of same kind are grown and cultivated for food at one place on a large scale, it is called a Crop and such plants are called as Crop Plants. The word crop refers to anything produced from soil eg – fruits, grains, tea or coffee. The study of agriculture is known as Agricultural Science. Get Full Course To Study Offline through our website: http://www.m-learning.in Call Us at : (+91)9826023696, 9826023096 Mail us at :[email protected]
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फसल उत्पादन एवं प्रबंध (Crop Production and Management) - कक्षा 8 विज्ञान (Class 8 Science) - Hindi
 
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This video covers the various agricultural operations, right from ploughing to final harvesting and storage. It gives an overview of the various processes, their importance, and the tools used. Types of crops are also explained. Taught by: Gautam Raj To download this video, click on this link: https://gymkhana.iitb.ac.in/~nss/olidwd/C8/Science/Hindi/04.html Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/OLINSSIITB Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/olinssiitb/
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Tutorial: Seasonal analysis using DSSAT 4.5 (1/2). Class Crop models, U. Cordoba
 
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Seasonal analysis using DSSAT 4.5 (part 1/2)
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RNA interference (RNAi): by Nature Video
 
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RNA interference (RNAi) is an important process, used by many different organisms to regulate the activity of genes. This animation explains how RNAi works and introduces the two main players: small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) and microRNAs (miRNAs). We take you on an audio-visual journey, diving into a cell to show how genes are transcribed to make messenger RNA (mRNA) and how RNAi can silence specific mRNAs to stop them from making proteins. The animation is based on the latest research, to give you an up-to-date view. If you'd like to know more about the structures and processes you see in this video, check out the accompanying slideshow: http://www.nature.com/nrg/multimedia/rnai/animation/index.html Sponsor message (May 2014): Dharmacon RNAi products are now part of GE Healthcare. Learn more at http://www.GELifeSciences.com/Dharmacon
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Agriculture : social and economic  factors
 
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Its OK for students
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Gabe Brown: Keys To Building a Healthy Soil
 
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This video features Gabe Brown and his Keys To Building a Healthy Soil, filmed on Nov. 18th 2014 at the Idaho Center for Sustainable Agriculture's annual symposium.
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factor-factor relationship !  FACTORS OF PRODUCTIONS ! Avinash jangid! agricultural digest
 
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CBSE Class 12 || Strategies for Enhancement In Food Production || Full Chapter || by Shiksha House
 
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5 ingredients to sustainable rice production
 
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http://www.fao.org/sustainability To feed the growing population, today and tomorrow, we must adopt more sustainable agricultural practices. This video shows five key ingredients to sustainable rice production. It is based on FAO’s cross-sectoral approach for Sustainable Food and Agriculture (SFA), which integrates the environmental, economic and social aspects of sustainability. Visit the SFA website (www.fao.org/sustainability) to learn more. © FAO: http://www.fao.org
Assam Agriculture University - Assessing Performance of Crop Production through Shiv Yog Krishi
 
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Dr. R.N. Burman of Assam Agriculture University speaks on the various experiments and trials done on the healing effects of ShivYog on Agriculture. Here is a complete presentation with evidences of the positive effects of the healing on crops. CONNECT WITH DIVINITY ON THE OFFICIAL SOURCES OF SHIVYOG ShivYog Website - www.shivyog.com ShivYog Events - www.shivyogevents.com ShivYog Videos - www.shivyogtv.com ShivYog Divine Shop - www.universaldivineshop.com ShivYog Matrimony - www.shivyogmatrimony.com ShivYog Blog - www.fromthemaster.com ShivYog iTunes - www.itunes.apple.com/artist/avdhoot-baba­-shivanand/id985497614 ShivYog Facebook - www.facebook.com/shivyogfoundation ShivYog Twitter - www.twitter.com/shivyoglive ShivYog Instagram - www.instagram.com/shiv_yog ShivYog Pintrest - www.pintrest.com/shivyoglive ShivYog G+ - www.plus.google.com/u/0/+ShivYogAshram
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ISRAEL Agriculture Technology: Citrus farming
 
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Urban Farming, SPIN Farming - Small Plot INtensive Urban Farming Production System to Create Income
 
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Urban Farming, SPIN Farming - Small Plot INtensive (SPIN) Urban Farming Production System to Create Income and Replace your Job SPIN-Farming Basics http://amzn.to/24pi0aM Learn how to make $100,000 a year farming land you don't own in Curtis Stones "The Urban Farmer" http://amzn.to/1TpwsEA In this video we meet Mark Voss from Voss Organics for a tour of his urban farm in Madison WI. Mark first started out farming in 1993 on rented land and then purchased a home with a large lot and decided to become an urban farmer. His urban farm business encompasses a 400 square foot hoophouse (greenhouse) and 300 square feet of certified organic raised beds on a city lot. He has since expanded his operation to 3 of his neighbours backyards and now makes a generous living as an urban farmer. His markets include farmers markets, premier food cooperatives and restaurants. Mark holds a BA in economics from the University of Illinois, is also an educator and is now using SPIN farming to not only farm but to train others. SPIN farming stands for Small Plot INtensive and it is a urban farming system that makes it possible to earn significant income from land under an acre in size by growing common vegetables. SPIN urban farming provides everything you'd expect from a good franchise: a business concept, marketing advice, financial benchmarks and a detailed day-to-day workflow. It provides a non-technical, easy to understand, and inexpensive to implement farming system. It allows more people to farm commercially wherever they live as long as there are markets nearby to support them. Why become an urban farmer? There are twenty million acres of lawns in North America. In their current form, these unproductive expanses of grass represent a significant financial and environmental cost. However, viewed through a different lens, they can also be seen as a tremendous source of opportunity. Access to land is a major barrier for many people who want to enter the agricultural sector, and urban and suburban yards have huge potential for would-be farmers wanting to become part of this growing movement. This video will to help you learn the techniques and business strategies you need to make a good living growing high-yield, high-value crops right in your own backyard (or someone else's). Major benefits include: Low capital investment and overhead costs Reduced need for expensive infrastructure Easy access to markets Growing food in the city means that fresh crops may travel only a few blocks from field to table, making this innovative approach the next logical step in the local food movement. Based on a scalable, easily reproduced business model, becoming an Urban Farmer is your opportunity to minimizing risk and maximizing profit by using intensive production in small leased or borrowed spaces. Visit our website at http://www.backyardchickenzone.com For cool eco-friendly gadgets check out this site http://www.gogeteco.com Subscribe to our urban farming channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq6yvGQShom0KG2nI6SbP9Q_g?sub_confirmation=1 More urban farming videos https://youtu.be/x0xi4_V41vo https://youtu.be/05a65T6oylo https://youtu.be/p5P7ZfwhJQg Raising chicks https://youtu.be/g5brd4KXOyU Incubating chicken eggs https://youtu.be/Nn4wpopp1qw How to slaughter a chicken for food https://youtu.be/ASlHqUue-UE Natural farming workshop https://youtu.be/O5bK-w6e0h0 How to raise chickens https://youtu.be/8vaxK-NyZFc How to raise chickens in the city https://youtu.be/iL6mEXCRJFc How to clip a chickens wing https://youtu.be/bb5ECdSmhUU How to make a living urban farming https://youtu.be/XiSfPCEWu78 Sustainable biointegrated greenhouse https://youtu.be/Km7_YiFmg10 Subscribe to our other channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UChG6kOI3I06PMIVbJbyNP_g?sub_confirmation=1 To see more videos about sustainable design go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChG6kOI3I06PMIVbJbyNP_g
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Electricity and Heat  ||  8th Std Physics || 8th Std Science
 
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TN 8th Std Physics || Electricity and Heat || Samacheer 8th Std Science 1.Crop Production & Management 2.Reaching the age of Adolescence 3.Body Movements 4.Plant Kingdom 5.Micro Organism 6.Air,Water & Soil Pollution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJDdkVT7ggE To watch the rest of the videos buy this DVD at http://www.pebbles.in Engage with us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PebblesChennai Twitter: https://twitter.com/PebblesChennai Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/116349844333442514419/116349844333442514419/posts?pageId=116349844333442514419 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLitHn3L0kE4wc2VEm5Zb_8Hj1ZQUGFNf4 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLitHn3L0kE4xHkRURjAecvCwSvkgQQIgt Share & Comment If you like
Lessons Learned: Southern Plains Cover Crops and Soil Health - Jodie Reisner
 
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Track A: Building Soil Health with Cover Crops and Other Strategies. Session 3: Soil Health Opportunities Across the Country (Part 2). Slide presentations and additional conference information is available at https://www.sare.org/Events/Our-Farms-Our-Future-Conference. This session is the final chapter in Tuesday’s soil health journey, taking participants across the country to explore how soil health practices are implemented in various climates and productions systems. Session highlights include: a look at how cover crops are used in Florida in specialty crop systems; an understanding of how the cropping conditions on the Southern Plains shape the culture of agriculture and the opportunities for soil health practice adoption there; discussion of one farmer’s philosophy about how “nothing we do is for today” and how that applies to soil health practices. Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) provides grants and outreach to advance innovations that improve profitability, stewardship and quality of life. SARE is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA.
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Blall productions intro
 
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Blall productions intro door: bart
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Farming and its scope , objectives and classification
 
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An overall classification of farming and the scope and objectives.
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Innovative Ways to Seed Cover Crops - Curtis Furr
 
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A presentation by North Carolina farmer Curtis Furr at the National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health. Farmers have been creative in finding new ways to seed cover crops and testing the relative merits of various seeding approaches. This session featured a panel of farmers talking about their experiences with a variety of approaches to seeding and establishing cover crops. Learn more at http://www.sare.org/covercropconference.
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Food Security and Sustainability: Systems thinking and environmental sustainability | WageningenX
 
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Learn how to apply systems thinking to improve the environmental sustainability of food production systems. Take this course free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/food-security-sustainability-systems-wageningenx-stesx#! ABOUT THIS COURSE Understanding and working with the complexity of sustainable food production systems requires training in different disciplines and an approach that can address this complexity at the system level. This environmental studies course enables participants to apply the principles of a systems approach to food production systems with a focus on environmental sustainability. We will analyze production systems at both ends of the spectrum: highly productive systems with relatively high inputs and emissions to the environment, and low productive systems with low input use and depletion of soil fertility. Crop-livestock interaction is a focal point. The course includes: Introduction to the complexity of food production systems Introduction to systems thinking Analysis and comparison of the productivity of food production systems and the environmental issues The assessment of environmental sustainability using indicators (this last topic allows students to integrate topics of previous modules) WHAT YOU'LL LEARN Understand the complexity and diversity of food production systems Use a systems approach in the context of food production systems Understand the principles of system analysis and how it can be applied in the context of food production systems Understand evaluation methods for environmental impact of food production systems in different agro-ecological and socio-economic contexts and at different levels (e.g. farm, regional and global) Evaluate strong and weak points of different food production systems in terms of environmental sustainability
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Dennis Garrity on Evergreen Agriculture
 
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Evergreen Agriculture - the combination of trees in farming systems (agroforestry) with the principles of conservation farming. Dennis Garrity, Director General, World Agroforestry Centre, gives more insight on Evergreen Agriculture
Organic High Residue Reduced-Till Potato Production: Weed Em and Reap
 
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Featuring Ron Morse, VA Tech, Blacksburg, VA. Weed 'Em and Reap Part 2 was produced by Oregon State University, for more information go to http://www.weedemandreap.org
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Pest Management in Organic Production Systems
 
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In this Organic Pest Management Webinar, NCAT's Rex Dufour will discuss basic principles, approaches, and practices for managing weeds, diseases, and arthropod & vertebrate pests in organic systems. Management tools and informational resources will also be discussed.
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2014 UMD Fall Symposium Trends in Agriculture: Productions Systems & Modeling
 
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Production Systems and Modeling To understand the effects of rising levels of carbon dioxide, increasing mean temperatures, frequency of increasing hot spells and drought, and a combination of those factors, requires measuring the physiological responses and incorporating those measurements into crop prediction models under different climate scenarios. These predictions can be tested and used as decision support services to growers. The research will result in recommendations regarding selection of crop species and varieties within a species, planting dates, the need for irrigation, and pest control requirements. These crop simulation models can also be used at a larger scale to forecast regional crop production as a function of climate change and changes in management practices that would minimize loss and maximize crop production with climate uncertainty. Presenters: 1. (0:00) Lewis Ziska - Climate, CO2 and Food Security: An Overview of Research Efforts https://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/12000000/FallSymposium/2013/BunceZiskaPresentation.pdf 2. (15:07) Richard Sicher - Climate Change Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security https://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/12000000/FallSymposium/2013/SicherPresentation.pdf 3. (23:48) Dennis Timlin - Incorporating CO2 Responses into Crop Simulation Models https://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/12000000/FallSymposium/2013/TimlinFleisherReddy.pdf 4.(37:40) Allison Thompson - Modeling the Impacts of Climate Change on Crop Production https://www.ars.usda.gov/sp2UserFiles/Place/12000000/FallSymposium/2013/ThomsonPresentation.pdf 5. (47:45) Panel Questions and Answers
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ch. 20. agriculture economics
 
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This screencast has been created with Explain Everything™ Interactive Whiteboard for iPad PowerPoints by McConnell, Brue and Flynn
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Enhancement Of Food Production - 01 For Class 12th and AIPMT
 
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PLANT BREEDING: Plant breeding is the purposeful manipulation of plant species in order to create desired plant types that are better suited for cultivation, give better yields and are disease resistant. Conventional plant breeding has been practiced for thousands of years, since the beginning of human civilisation; recorded evidence of plant breeding dates back to 9,000-11,000 years ago. Many present-day crops are the result of domestication in ancient times. Today, all our major food crops are derived from domesticated varieties. Classical plant breeding involves crossing or hybridisation of pure lines, followed by artificial selection to produce plants with desirable traits of higher yield, nutrition and resistance to diseases. With advancements in genetics, molecular biology and tissue culture, plant breeding is now increasingly being carried out by using molecular genetic tools. If we were to list the traits or characters that the breeders have tried to incorporate into crop plants, the first we would list would be increased crop yield and improved quality. Increased tolerance to environmental stresses (salinity, extreme temperatures, drought), resistance to pathogens (viruses, fungi and bacteria) and increased tolerance to insect pests would be on our list too.Plant breeding programmes are carried out in a systematic way worldwide–in government institutions and commercial companies. Get Full Course To Study Offline through our website: http://www.m-learning.in Call Us at : (+91)9826023696, 9826023096 Mail us at :[email protected]
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Growing crops the current way isn't sustainable. Here's a new way.
 
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The Climate Reality Project and Super plants, reported and produced by David Waters Productions LLC.
David Sereda the True Purpose of the Pyramids
 
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Harmful Micro Organisms || TN 8th Std Biology || 8th Std Science
 
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Harmful Micro Organisms || TN 8th Std Biology || Samacheer 8th Std || Science 1.Crop Production & Management 2.Reaching the age of Adolescence 3.Body Movements 4.Plant Kingdom 5.Micro Organism 6.Air,Water & Soil Pollution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJDdkVT7ggE To watch the rest of the videos buy this DVD at http://www.pebbles.in Engage with us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PebblesChennai Twitter: https://twitter.com/PebblesChennai Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/116349844333442514419/116349844333442514419/posts?pageId=116349844333442514419 Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLitHn3L0kE4wc2VEm5Zb_8Hj1ZQUGFNf4 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLitHn3L0kE4xHkRURjAecvCwSvkgQQIgt Share & Comment If you like
How to Prune a Fruit Bearing Apple Tree
 
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How to properly prune fruit bearing trees such as Apple, Nectarine, Plum, Cherry or Pear. If you have a new fruit producing tree or have an older tree that has never been pruned this week we will touch on the basic principles of pruning fruit bearing trees. Pruning will help promote a healthy productive tree that is better able to fight diseases. Late summer is a great time to prune your trees. Usually the best time is August or September after harvest. The general goal of pruning an apple tree is to promote good sun penetration and air flow. It is time to prune your apple tree the day after you plant it. If you wait too long you may not be able to achieve the desired effect. You will need a few tools including sharp and clean pruners ranging from smaller to larger and if need be a sharp saw. If you are worried about disease and infection spreading you should sterilize your equipment with hydrogen peroxide before starting and between trees. Before beginning I spend some time looking at the tree visualizing the cuts I am going to make. After all once you have cut it there is no going back. Cross Over and Damaged Start by removing any branches that cross back through the center of the tree. Imagine if the tree were a straight pole from the trunk all the way up. If any branches are growing towards the center pole remove it. This helps to prevent the branches from rubbing against each other ultimately causing damage. If you do have damaged or broken branches remove them back to the trunk or main branch. This will help prevent disease issues and odd growth patterns. After removing the cross over and damaged branches you can work towards the other cuts without these being in the way. Leader Establishment A leader is what will become the central trunk. In my case I have two that are competing for that right. You can will select the leader that looks the healthiest. You can either remove the competing branch or like what I am going to do work to train it to occupy another space. As I am happy with the lateral or side growth happening on my leader I wont top it today. If yours is simply a long stick pointing at the sky you may want to reduce its height cutting just above a bud reducing its height by about 30 percent. That will spur side growth to help the tree fill out. Don’t do this until the second year. Check us out on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/stephenlegaree14 Webpage: www.albertaurbangarden.ca Google +: google.com/+StephenLegaree Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlbertaUrbanGarden Twitter: https://twitter.com/northern1485 Pintrest: http://www.pinterest.com/ABurbanGarden/
Living Mulch Sustainable Farming near Missoula
 
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http://www.permies.com Helen Atthowe, Missoula County Horticulturist (1995-2010) http://www.veganicpermaculture.com speaks about a variety of experiments with living mulch. She covers minimum till, no till and full till. Helen talks about creating beneficial insect habitats: bees, parasitic wasps, (in april she was experiencing a 1-to-1 ratio of parasitized aphids to non parasitized aphids), spiders, ground beetles ... Broccoli, brussel sprouts and cabbage yields are explored. Using three foot wide raised beds. The minimum till was done with a single shank chisel plow followed by a light tilling with a tiller/rotovator. Living mulches experimented with include clover which contributes nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, but also competes with the production crop. The trick is to find the balance and get the best of all worlds. Podcast with Helen talking about soil http://www.permies.com/t/19840/podcast-soil-science Music by Jimmy Pardo
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Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery
 
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Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband are the proud owners of Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, LLC. In 2003, they moved from an urban and academic life in Madison, Wisconsin to rural Champaign-Urbana Illinois. That first season, they began to transform their land from cash grain agriculture to perennial production with a lush cover crop of buckwheat. In 2004, they planted over 350 fruit trees and 600 berry plants AND purchased their first four Nubian goats (three does and one buck). In August of 2005, they were licensed as a Grade A goat dairy and farmstead creamery. Since then, they have expanded their herd to 70+ milkers. They also have also expanded their working acreage to include an 8-acre pasture, a 5-acre hay field and a 2-acre restored prairie to the east of our original 7 acres. Little by little, they have transformed their landscape to diversified perennial crops and livestock. Their farm embodies core principles of sustainability including environmental stewardship, economic viability and social responsibility. They strive to educate the community about organic and sustainable agriculture and the connections between food production and consumption. They also hope to serve as a model for others interested in small-scale diversified farming systems.
Oilseed Rape - Making it Shine - Farming is Magic
 
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Never start with a load of facts of figures. Farmer David Jones starts with the beauty of a crop like oilseed rape and asking his farm visitors what they already know about this distinctive crop in the spring landscape - and how often they eat it. David gets his visitors right up close to oilseed rape to see and feel the crop's characteristics. A marvellous mini field is used to show the magic of numbers of seeds sown and harvested from every square metre of field. Connecting the crop to everyday foods is easy with some preparation - and can even lead to a pop-up picnic.
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