[Market-farming] Tillage is tillage

Tradingpost tradingpost at lobo.net
Thu Feb 8 22:35:42 EST 2007

Finding ways to save small farms is not critically important? Give us some
"helpful, collaborative sharing" on that. Discuss the hard financial issues
facing market farms today. I favor the low-input approach but anyone with
other approaches is free to bring them up. 

paul tradingpost at lobo.net

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On 2/8/2007 at 7:23 PM ktk2a wrote:

>Clearly you have too much time on your hands with your willingness to
>in endless debate... a mission that you seem to believe is critically 
>important to pursue.  Good for you.  I for one am tired of the argument
>would be delighted to see an end to it. Take it off list.  That's my final

>word on this issue.
>Washington, zone 5
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>From: "Tradingpost" <tradingpost at lobo.net>
>To: <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
>Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2007 7:11 PM
>Subject: Re: [Market-farming] Tillage is tillage
>> The system of destroying American farm families and small farms should
>> be taken offlist, nor any possible answers to the problems involved. All
>> options should be on the table. The issues should be discussed, not
>> personalities. If this list wants to dodge the hard issues then it will
>> irrelevant and no service at all to those who need better answers to
>> problems.
>> paul tradingpost at lobo.net
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>> On 2/8/2007 at 6:54 PM ktk2a wrote:
>>>Frankly I do delete.  Argumentative posts are not helpful to the list.
>>>Informative posts are.  There's a difference.  Consider that.  I think
>>>you want to incessantly argue a point it should be taken off list.  But
>>>that's just my two cents.  Certainly can't speak for anyone else.  I'm
>>>absolutely not looking for a fight...I just want the list to return to
>>>helpful and collaborative sharing that it used to be instead of the
>>>posts I have recently observed.
>>>Washington, zone 5

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