Human Farming

No, not farming humans. And no, I didn't mean to say humane. I am talking about the people actually doing the farming. The humans.
Why is this interesting to me? Because thus far in our research we’ve focused on growing grass, humane animal husbandry, creamery construction, cheesemaking, distribution, etc. When you plan to run a small farm you need to learn a little bit (and sometimes a lotta bit) of just about everything. What gets lost is yourself. At least I've found that to be the case in today’s literature. That was until I started reading an interesting (and free) out-of-print book that focuses on the humans doing the farming. 
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