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Factory farming and industrialised agriculture: not to everyone's taste
Unpalatable aspects of current food production methods and produce have encouraged the growth of community supported agriculture strategies that are sustainable and environmentally responsible and, in the case of factory farming, ones that may be easier to stomach!.
There is growing community concern that animals are viewed as mere commodities, raised as food items with disregard for provision of quality of life needs of these living creatures.
  Industrialised agriculture
Rude shock - food shock
Fertile soils - in more ways than one
Market share - the growth of Farmers' Markets
Putting the farmer back into farming - how crazy is THAT!
Trailblazer - Hawkesbury Harvest: connecting people with their local farms


  Hens deserve better
A Defining Moment: The ACCC to the rescue
Are two hens per square metre free ranging?
Hens deserve better
Shocking stocking densities being pushed for profit
Within range
Redefining 'free range'
Good news for good eggs


  Pig tales
Pig tales
Pig ignorant



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