12 Burst results for "Joel Salatin"
"joel salatin" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Your carbon neutral thing, yeah. This was performed by an outfit called Qantas, which they do life cycle analyses and it's a remarkably complex and expensive process where they look at all the thermodynamic inputs and outputs for different scenarios like this. And it was fascinating because Qantas did this completely separately for both the impossible foods and the white oak pastures, but had these pretty fascinating results. Yeah, compared them. Now those interesting yeah, I saw the same thing. So feedlot burger definitely is worse than a impossible burger, but it's definitely not as good as the regenerative burger. And I think there's so much we've had on our podcast about this had Gabe Brown on our podcast and we've seen some really interesting characters discussing this aspect of Virginia agriculture and carbon and carbon sequestration. I think, you know, you have a great quote in your book, which is not the cow, it's the how, right? So it's not that cows are the enemy. It's how are they raised? And what is their life like for them? How is their raising those animals increase the life of the entire ecosystem on the farm about diversity of plants, animals, insects, birds, mammals that are all the place. And then what is the quality of the food? So, you know, before we sort of dive into the health aspects, which I think is a big issue, because maybe we could convince people that, you know, regenerative agriculture is definitely good for the environment and climate. But people are going to still go, well, yeah, it's me, but meets bad for your health. So I want to come back to that. But we're talking about these practices and your justice in your book. And a lot of people will argue that, well, you know, it sounds like a great idea, but this is a sort of a niche area. This is not scalable. We really can't feed the world using regenerative agriculture. What do you say to that? I'm going to pass that to rob because he just answered that really well on the other podcast we did just the other day. Who no pressure because that will see if I can pull it together when you do lots of these interviews back to back. You feel like you're losing your mind because you wonder, did I actually tell this story already and so well you did a little bit of it. It's interesting because it might be helpful to actually flip this around the other way and ask the question, is there any way but regenerative agriculture that we could feed a global population that's heading towards 10 billion people? And just as a null hypothesis as a good scientist, people should at least stop and ask that question instead of rushing to judgment immediately on this. But when we start unpacking all of these different pieces, Diana's already talked about one piece, which is this kind of carbon sequestration element. And implicit in that is the health of topsoil. And although there are several things that we would have loved to run with because it would have bolstered our position. There is a meme out there that says we have 60 harvests left of topsoil. Nobody knows exactly where that came from, Diana tracked it down to like a World Health Organization. The UN, yeah. It was also Obama before he left office commissioned report, which was about soil, and he estimated 80 years. So this is not just a random number. Well, the thing we track down was that it was a bit of an offhand comment at a UN meeting and it's taken on a life of its own. And when you really get in and try to find a really concrete spot, maybe it's 60 years, maybe it's 80 years, but conventional practices of raising row crops, it definitely has an end date on it. It's not something that we could go away for a thousand years come back. And it's still functional. But this regenerative farm, this is the way that food was produced on earth, you know, since the transition from hunter gatherer to different forms of agriculture, it was a biodynamic system between animals and plants and we've learned lots of stuff in the process of doing that. But those systems more closely mimic what an ecosystem is with that interface of plants and animals. It's a very thermodynamically efficient process. And by that, what I mean is that sun is going to fall on the earth no matter what. Are we going to have lots and lots of grass grown in that process and then that grass consumed by herbivores and then other animals interfacing in that or do we try to expunge that and rely exclusively on synthetic chemical fertilizers and pesticides, which are the backbone of the industrial agriculture system. And one further piece to this is that the regenerative systems do not involve food becoming intellectual property IP, but what has happened in this industrial row crop food system is that the stated goal is to make this like a technology model to have this food owned as IP by Supernatural organizations that are not beholden to any government. Companies that own the seeds, they're proprietary seeds, farmers have to buy, and puts it on a vicious cycle. It's pretty bad. But the push a little harder on this question, you know, I get the concept of regenerative culture. I think people can understand that it's a better way of farming. But many people say, well, you know, we got 10 billion people coming along. How are we going to feed them all unless we do large scale agriculture? How does that work? So we already are producing way more food than we need. There's a lot of food waste and anyone who's hungry or malnourished. That's a political problem and a distribution problem. It's not a food production problem. So that's just the first thing I wanted to say about that. But secondly, we did go through all the acreage in the U.S. that is under utilized or not utilized. So there's CRP land that the government is restricting grazing on that could be opened up for grazing. There's a lot of private land that's not being grazed or it's being under grazed. With regenerative agriculture, even a very conservative estimate is that it increases land carrying capacity by 30%. But I'm sure you've heard from the other guests that you've had on your show that they've seen much, much higher numbers. So Joel salatin is four to 5 times the county average, as far as the food that he's able to produce on his land. So if we take a very conservative 30% increase, we go through all the numbers in the book. We have a whole chapter on feeding the world. We take the ethanol industry and turn that into pasture. And then some of the corn that's actually grown specifically for livestock. Taken out and turned into grass. We have more than enough land to grass finish all the beef cattle in the United States. And all cattle start on grass. They're either just finished on a feedlot or they're finished on grass. And so we're really just looking at, can we finish our cattle in the U.S. on grass? And yes, we can. And people say, well, you know, it takes longer to raise cattle on grass, so they're going to release more admissions, they're going to use more water. How do you address that? Well, yeah, I wanted to talk about water really quickly. So we already addressed the methane is really a non issue when the animals are raised properly, right? We're actually sequestering more carbon. And when there's more carbon in the soil, it actually attracts carbon attracts H2O. And so it actually will store more water in the soil when you have healthy soil. So when we have flat soil that's not covered at all, and it rains, it just runs off. It runs off into our waterways and it takes all the chemicals with it from industrial chemical agriculture, like if you picture a cornfield with just those sticks of corn, but nothing actually in between that. In a regenerative system, the soil is more like a sponge. So it's less about the water you get from the air and more about the water you can actually hold in the soil. Most of the water attributed to cattle is actually green water. So it's rainwater that would fall anyway. And so it's very important to look at the methodology. We do that in nutrition science, but we have to really look at the methodology in all of these environmental studies too. So 94% of the water footprint for even typical cattle is green is rain. 97% in grass fed water is rain. So the blue water, the water that we actually use for irrigation. That from aquifers is a very, very small percentage of the water. So it's not like the cattle are just sucking these blimps that are just sucking and wasting water. No, but they're also using the irrigation for corn and soybeans that are used for. But that's taken into account in the water footprint, so it's still part of that 94%. So when you compare the blue water footprint, which is what we should be looking at, what is the irrigation footprint? What is the not natural rainfall? But what is the blue water footprint? Beef is actually even typical beef is better than rice, sugar, avocados, and almonds..
"joel salatin" Discussed on Bitcoin Crypto Mastermind
"Money is being made ladies and gentlemen. Money's being made in this Cambrian period because it's being sloshed around and thrown around just like being thrown around like it's water. Exactly. And you can look at all of these sports sponsorships and all the deals that these large companies are signing and the amount of ROI that a lot of people are getting. And for people who aren't in crypto yet, you know, it's like spend a week, like take a take your week vacation and spend it research in crypto, and then you're gonna put it in your two weeks notice later. Because what's happening in crypto right now, like you say, it's just, there's so much happening. There's so much capital being infused into this system because it's more efficient with capital. There's less middleman. There's less BS happening. So I'm very, very bullish on where this is all going. You know, to answer the question earlier, like what blockchains live and which ones die, it's going to be the ones that put that have daps that actually have utility on their chains that will be sustainable. Because you can have me and take a chance, Jeff, throw something out. We're not going to hold you to this. Like, what do I think? Who survived? Who survives ten years from now? Obviously, any time you make a ten year prediction, you're going to make a mistake. But just make a ten year prediction, Alex. What's sitting out there? Solana is it doesn't make it polygon? I think Ethereum is going to be like Microsoft and Solana is going to be like Apple. So two coexisting ecosystems, both of them viable. What do you say, Jeff? Throw something out there. I'm on a very similar train of thought as well. You know, Solana is with FTT with FTX exchange. You got Sam brinkman freed back in this thing. The amount of power that these guys have this chain is not going anywhere. And then polygon is kind of the go to right now. Who knows where polygon ends up, but eth is not going anywhere. It's going to be real tough to throw Solana off the scent. They're only getting bigger and bigger every day. And yeah, so I would say Ethan salon are pretty sure bets. Avalanche I really enjoy as well. That's probably my favorite side chain along with polygon. What do you like about avalanche? What's the value prop that they bring? Yeah, so I think being EVM compatible is a big draw because a lot of people right now who are used to Ethereum are used to this one for people who are listening. It's like a wallet and that kind of like your bank account just sits in your Internet browser. And so people are used to this meta mask, little online bank accounts and avalanche links with it binance smart chain links with it. Polygon links with it. So it's just, it's more familiar to people. You have to go download a new wallet. I think user friction is, I'm sure, you know, like creating sales funnels and things like this. You want to reduce user friction as much as you can. So being EDM compatible helps reduce that user friction. I think there's always room for at least one other big player that is not compatible with the existing norms. Case in point Apple, I think, you know, it's kind of like feels the same way, you know, Ethereum is like Windows. So to speak. And then maybe in early 2000s. And now apple with MacBook is kind of like taking market share, taking market share. Little by little. I mean, Solana, like Apple. So that is, like I said, it's like a movie, every character is being developed. And we know some of them are going to be killed off. Yes. So we're trying to make it. Yeah, we make such an edit. What was that movie that came out? It was like, there was a house, they were trying to figure out the murderer. It was a great movie. Something knives, right? Yeah, yeah. Knives and forks out or something. Maybe not pork. But it's kind of like that. It's like one of these motherfuckers gonna die. I often think about crypto, bringing it back to DeFi, one of the analogies that I brought up to Alex is like, this is like musical chairs. There's two DeFi projects paying out 60, 70, 80,000 APY and reward, 200,000, and I'm going, okay, if you do the math here, you know, 60,000 or 80,000 APY and 5 years, that's more. That's more money than there are atoms in the universe. So there is a, but it's as you brought up a winner takes all a few walnuts win. It's very much there's a musical chairs element to not just blockchain, but a lot of these protocols. And they attract people because they've got this thing, but the thing that attracts people makes them unsustainable. But as the chairs pull out. But Alex was saying he's like ty, but the difference is this is like one with a thousand people and there's only ten chairs. That's not a fun musical chair. You want the musical chairs like when you're little where it's like a hundred people, there's 99 chairs. Yes. Now you got a good chance to survive. Don't worry, DeFi protocols with like a 1 million % 1 billion % I saw one septillion. Snow dog, right? Yes. Chilean. But they always argue. No, no, but that's just at the beginning. But I'm like, but if you fucking print that if you miss that much tokens, the supply overhang will destroy you later because all these people are sitting on gains. So that's not a good art. People always bring up this argument. Oh, well, okay. It's high APY, but it's just at the beginning. Well, you can fucking shoot yourself in the foot at the beginning and you plant the seeds of your own destruction. They may not be. You may not harvest those seeds immediately, but with our USV, our Atlas USB project, Alex and I and that cofounder, if you read the white paper, it's like, we have this concept of sustainable maximum reward rate. At any time, you know, Joel salatin, my first mentor is kind of sustainable agriculture has become pretty famous now. He always told me he's like, I remember what grows fast in biology. Cancer.
"joel salatin" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"History books what i could find eytan so matter of fact game changer at a guy that was working on him and he rejected it That doesn't mean that all his work was to be rejected. I'm talking we're brother andrea murray. We're talking about arts. The arts and purpose and religion and why they matter here and some people maybe going alcon kingdom supposed to be wisdom wednesday come on. Where's the meat potato. Get back to bashing obama and biden Obama and biden would be overcome and there wouldn't be an obama biden if we had a truly I don't wanna say contemporary. And i don't wanna say many evil because the past is the past it. We had a society that strove to get along with nature and then strove even harder to adore the creator of the author of that nature. Nature's god because that would seem to me is what this is all about so the next paragraph and i'll take my stand and the mirror at amirah for artists. It's a really short one but again powerful beautiful stuff. Here it is my further contention that the cause of the arts thus feud offers an additional reason among many reasons for submitting the industrial program to a stern criticism and for upholding. A contraire contrary program that of an agrarian restoration and that in america the south past and present furtures furnishes a living example of an agrarian society the preservation of which is worth the most aerobic effort. That men can give a time of crisis. So you had this beautiful description of the arts guy okay. now we must have heroes to conservative will. The heroes didn't come to the challenge and they'll and we lost so now it's a. It's a reclaiming a process if you will But i think that we're seeing they The beginnings of this and i it shouldn't be won't be lost anyone at the same benedict center That we're seeing some of this revival from people who are not catholics. My sister maria villa media can beam in wax eloquent and beam about it about joel. Salatin and poly face farms Another man which we prayed for his conversion but he's getting the agrarian part of correct and the irony to me brother. Is that when you get it right when you go. Brian coke and dan. Monday and joel salatin. You feel better about almost everything that you did you your interaction with nave nature including the process of survival of living. And what i love to do and most everybody else does eating. You just feel better about it. You don't have question marks going. I wonder if this is bad for me again. Become a four hundred pound couch potato by by any off of this It's a very natural thing and the fact that there are so many people now that are tapping into interning. Join going like this is a good thing. I told joseph beers an hour and a half ago. I said revival is on the revival is on the return has begun now..
"joel salatin" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"It's growing it's growing in different places james. Corbett was was Plugging this recently on on his on his podcast by the way you give her give her a local example brother. You tweeted about it yesterday. You're on some kind of a list of Homestead places which with joel salvage groups. Well yeah there's there's a guy. That's kinda i. I don't think it's directly associate with joel salatin. But the there's a gentleman who kind of salatin protege and He has a a a a couple of websites that he does Promoting various things. But he i think it's called abundant life culture. So he's he's got he's having a watch party to watch some films documentary or something that they've done And serie safina's is in contact with this guy She has been conduct with. Joel salatin. she was very impressed in other. David simpson's interviewed him a couple times by the way So these these This is a growing thing. You look at that list. I think through the Link in the chat room but if you look at that list their local Watch parties all over the country Where people want to get this thing going in their in their locale yet it's a it's abundant permaculture and They want to they want to Educate people about this stuff. So this is an example of a kind of a an uprising. I won't say rebellion because it's not rebellious. Its return to order to steal john. Horvitz book title It's a return to order and it's and it's an uprising against a sort of technocratic biosecurity states that you know look why are they feeding us garbage food there feeding his garbage food. That makes us unhealthy. Then they're giving us drugs. That are supposed to make us healthy. This is a cycle and then a drug over guards who run who own big pharma. And by the way pharma. P. h. a. r. m. is an acronym for an extremely powerful extremely wealthy what do they call those groups. these people at that constantly Badger the legislators lobby- lobbyists. So there's a lobbying group called pharma. P. h. a. r. m. a. it's an acronym and it it's the the richest sickest most wicked big pharma companies all in an alliance to by politicians. And that's why this system simply doesn't work because the politicians of both parties are bought and paid for brother andrea morita saint benedict center and host re-conquest radio on our Dude maker hotline for.
"joel salatin" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"What we thought was an injury. A sports related injury We we soon learn within a couple of months that it wasn't it had no name but basically what we understand to be understood it. Dan and still understand it to be. Today was a near body Degeneration of that. Something was wrong somewhere in my genetics or whatever it was wasn't really well understood but my bones were degenerating my liver function in my kidney function. We're going down exponentially and i went through about seven issue six to seven years of a hard time. You know my body would would go through cycles where i would lose. Eighty pounds a month rate. Eighty pounds and You know life would halt and stop figure out. Some sort of momentary relief would gain the weight back. Lose it again. And then we had hip surgeries and shoulder surgeries in more or less lived in the hospital for that period and a lot of details sparing the theme here. The point is that life in this moment pivoted pivoted from a healthy life a more or less wildlife to a very controlled life right. I was living in hospitals We traveled all around the country visiting hospitals that live in those hospitals and and Obviously sports around the question and and we started to reevaluate a lot of what was in. Possibly what could be again skipping over the details. There was one time recorded entire podcast episode over just my story and it was nearly two hours long so not not. Do i not only do. I wanna relive some of those moments but also to there's no need and I'm fascinating to the end of the story ended the epoch in the story now but It was spring Maybe a decade ago. A couple years lasts and i was married to my wife. By that time she was working fulltime. I had barely any energy to get off the couch I was reading a book on the back. Patio beta little spring fire. In this little cimini rate of my family's home in those reading book was actually giving me by good friend of mine. Who's a larger cattle farmer. Grass grass farmer regenerative farmer northeast ohio he had given me. Joel salatin book folks. Say normal and Understand the coincidence or the irony or the beautiful blessed reality of that gift at the moment as i do now But he had given it to me and i was reading it and our member. I'll never forget these moments. I was sitting there spring in northeast. Ohio the winters long. You've lake effect snow. That lasts so painfully long into the spring season but it was finally spring lease. Were emerging remember there being birds and it was just cold enough to need a fire my ideal weather and reading this book and it's challenging paradigm it's questionable even changing my life.
"joel salatin" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"And i think i think you know all of this you know discussion circles back goes back to. I see what you did there circles back trying to fight creation. And you can't have to work with it you have to be stewards of it. You can't be. You can't be antithesis. You know. I it it it just it. You don't win and you know. We think we're winning by doing all this stuff. But the thing is destroying all our you know land and in our capacity because it's unsustainable eight four four five seven eight. seventy three are calling caller line. Telephone number I expect to see some cynicism in our chat room. And amongst many of you and bleep. Brian knows dan knows. I know all of us know. This is not an overnight process. But here's where begins. And i think it begins when every single one of us. And it's a it's something that truly takes a change in our attitudes For example. joel. Salatin has changed. The minds Brian dan chan's if not hundreds of thousands of people may believers out of many people. Said you can't do that l. Never work Yes it will brother. By the way. Dan monday the brother andrea murray. Walk past your favorite rodale institute the other day on his pilgrimage. Oh he did. I picture that. I didn't get stop or see anything now. He was on a mission. Obviously so he didn't get to but that's at certain Lot of lot al. They've got they've got many many decades of documentation. I've said some of it out. It's free on their website to demonstrate that you can do this. There's no question about it. But as brian wells. He's he's in it. I i want..
"joel salatin" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"First order would be the body bio pc. I think i was watching. A documentary with joel salatin. Years ago and he was showing how it migrates the different animals around his farm in virginia. I think But it was so interesting to me when the ruminants passed through. They defecate and urinate then. That draws bugs then after the bugs the birds come and then small predators come to come after the birds. It's like everything's eating everything in this cycle right and then all of that then not only sustains the life of that whole chain of of predation and consumption but the soil is the ultimate benefactor of at the land is actually getting the end benefit of all those different creatures coming through passing through and making their contribution and then there it goes again. Is that kind of how it goes out. I remember it. Yeah i think e exactly except for. I might reframe and might say that all everything that you just pointed to is the life above the surface of the soil. I would i. Would invert your example. I would say all of that happening allows for the the complexity of life beneath the soil to do his job to support the life above the soil. It right what soil is. Is this tiny tiny thin crust. Barely you know you look at the you take a image of the globe and you know soil is almost immeasurable when it comes to The amount that is there Circling the globe and it is that soil that allows for life to exist. Anything above the soil is a reflection of the health of what's beneath it right and it is our soil resource that plato wrote about and thomas. Jefferson wrote about teddy roosevelt. Spoke about and you know all these great leaders all across the world through time that understood soils the key ally and hence why degrading it so troubling and problematic to all stakeholders and while allowing it to a road to the extent that the environmental protection agency says soil is the number one pollutant in our water system today in the united states right. These are very scary things. That are hard to understand and appreciate if you don't recognize that that soil is the is the foundation truly of life And it's becoming compromise at a global scale and the implications of that are truly catastrophic in every sense of the word And so we have a. We have a tremendous responsibility. An opportunity to address that right That and so getting back to your question right in farming and a regenerative way you look at your land base and you say okay it. Within my limited context what can i do to emulate these processes and these relationships and these opportunities and some of that is ranches where they put pollinators they may be may be a beef operation but they put pollinators on the land and instill wildlife habitat and do certain things right. There's all different ways to approach it. But that's sort of what you might see an regenerative operation versus a wild elk roaming the the range you know when it comes to Ranch in an including say elkin deer on the land what what are the different requirements..
"joel salatin" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"Let's let's have fun by looking up. What restaurants in our local area are using local genitive farmers for their sourcing. Let's go there and enjoy that and and and spend a little bit more because that's important to us. Let's think about on a daily basis. Like hey i'm putting this dinner together tonight and what. What can i do to make sure that it has some regenerative ingredient like can. Can i go to my farmer's market. Can i make it my weekly. You know like. I go to the gym on a regular basis. I'm going to go to the farmer's market once a week as well to do as much of my shopping there as possible so so prioritizing that you know it's one thing to talk about. It's one thing to learn about it. It's one thing to watch the net flicks documentaries about it. It's one thing to want to be a farmer but by taking that staff to to invest invest in in your own health by choosing this food. Invest in your community by supporting these small businesses invest in the environment by choosing food that actually sequester carbon Or if your desire is to become a farmer yourself invest in whatever way possible to spend some time working on someone else's farm or starting in your own living room with a single basil plant on your kitchen table whether it or getting backyard chickens if you can do so you know whatever that is take that first step because the next step beyond that will be so much easier. Will i think the other thing is. Keep an eye on ben glasson. Because you've taken a lot of those steps yourselves. You are kind enough to share some of your own journey and we wish you the best been. I'm really grateful that you're bound been a listener and a guest on farm-to-table. Talk thank you. Thank you other now manages close with one more thing. That's heavy on my heart. Jour- podcast was based around my My interest and my falling of how joel southampton has has been an influence for the entire regenerative agriculture community. And so much of joel salatin. Writings have been very influential and very important to me. I recently read his latest title. Which is your successful foreign business on on audible. i can also get a paperback copy. That's the follow up to. You can farm which was written twenty years ago and it really needs to books can inspire anyone to get in this farming. Now what's heavy on my heart. Is that joel. South and recently came out publicly saying that he does not believe in systemic racism. And i don't know any of the details around what he said or why he said it but his publisher has dropped him and for me. That's difficult because i live in british columbia where we first started. Uncovering the mass graves around residential schools and and with everything. That's going on around the world. We see that especially in western countries. Systemic racism is alive and well. We often think that it ended years ago when we had all these.
"joel salatin" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"One of the ice worked. Great so we can. We can use a smaller tank and grow more more fish. So now you would assume then you also harvest the to latvia absolutely. I spoke out a few few who report five of them a week and they taste great though they do. You know it's funny About two loppy. There's one fish that if they want to throw chefs cooking contests they wanna throw them. a curveball. They'll make them cook too lappia because it doesn't have It's it's it's almost no oil so it's very very mild it's not overly flaky just kind of inert just protein fish. You do anything to lobby. Ah you're gonna make a lemon sauce. You can do a miniere. You could fry. You're gonna use season in because to lobby as such a mild fish I always thought that it was a freshwater fish so to learn now. That it's a Are saltwater fish rather to learn now that it's a freshwater fish that's amazing so we can then get out of all this so we're going to get now. What kind of vegetables do you Do you get that that grow in the final tank in the bed. What do you grow in your bed. Well it depends. I rotate it I i will grow lettuce early in the year. I grow tomatoes peppers now. This is all indoors right. this is all in. This is all i've got a. I'm actually building a larger greenhouse. But this isn't a greenhouse and and it has the advantage of being in a greenhouse you don't have to deal with the insect you can control the pollination because you do that with air movement and so you can grow anything i i got. I got a friend that grows He grows up strawberries. There's a picture of his strawberries squash cucumbers. you name it There's a technique called the dutch bucket k. A. before you described that because you've got the picture in the chat room of the strawberries. What are we looking at tracey. My looking at gravel is that is. That's a product called hydrogen. it's a clay used particle. Okay and you can buy yet but to be honest. I've found that a good base. All based travel works best because you actually can leach a lot of the minerals that the plants need out of it. I just placed a picture of what that that media looks like up close in the wall. I see that okay so and then this is where now this is where the some of the fish water that has the nitrates not night are nitrites or whatever is that what goes into this bed. Correct what what what what they're doing. In this case you see the water with the fish. I see it in the in the tank below it. They pump it out those black pipe into the bed. The bed fills up and that little white thing in the front center there and the bed afloat. No that's that's what we call a balanced site. It's basically a piece of turned upside down to the cap on it and it's got hold about two thirds of the way up and then there's a stand pipe in the center when the water gets to the top of the standpipe that starts to siphon the water out of the badge it drains it down to the level woodley Holes in that larger pipe are about two thirds of about a third of the way out and then stopped siphoning at that point and that way you cycle the water up and down so that the bacteria get air and the plants roots are not completely submerged. All the time absolutely incredible Just plugging it this going so if you have a greenhouse and have a piece of property late brian as you have and like. I saw some day soon. We'll have many of you have So you've got your outdoor garden for spring and summer months and fall and then for the for for the winner now using the economic system he here You can do a an indoor garden and you get fish out of it all the same time mel we need to do is throw a chicken coop up over there and then a joel salatin pigsty. And a short of the cows have a lot of property for cows. You're completely self-sufficient absolutely you. Fade yourself. you don't need you don't need any of these bastards except for dairy okay. Let me sees. Brian still there Hang on secretary brian. This is incredible stuff. is it not. Oh yeah yeah it's it's really just fascinating in with again it. It's another way to get your own. You know be on your own and not have to depend on so much and Even you know you're talking about adding cows and dairy. I mean you can do that on on small acreages you know. It's just you know it's it's all managed that goes into it and You can You know set up a rotational grazing to To do that. I mean it's there's there's a lot you can do on acreage and and you know it's just about you. Know goes back to that management and that you know that those regenerator principles you follow that all third and manage realistically looking at your whole system and definitely fits in. Yeah no it definitely does fit in and it fits in brian with everything that we have been talking about and notice that in tracy's system everything is used. Nothing is going away so i'm i'm going to assume. Let me bring tracy back in here. I'm going to assume that when you put your the fish and you get the fillets lobby to lobue. And you're taking the remains into an and the guts and you're doing the indians did and you're making fertilizer out of that right exactly. Well i do think that the jets go into into a fertilizer. Okay and i use that in my regular darden then the rest of it. The skeleton any meat left on the on the fish sell. I think that grinded up with the i'm going to grind it up with the duck. We make the food. So you're gonna feed fish to your fish. That's right lafayette karnik. Poppy are carnivorous fish. She didn't think they have teeth yet. They they are. They will either young. Yeah they're just like a bath. They've got teeth and they will. They will eat their young. So when you read them you have to separate the fries from breeding fair Within within a day.
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"Show you know we can get into that that cobb footprint in a second but finally you're getting to as a global level what is happening in our supply chain and is it becoming more productive and more efficient so that we can feed. Only thousand we can bring the ensue starvation. Yeah and i think that is not. It's not too difficult kind of mission to draw from but it has to be done from that that donald on the niger at the beginning. Which is the animal want. well i. it's so funny. You mentioned that because that efficiency and most of the uncovering of what how you get to that efficiency ira can really sodded about ten years ago. Said just before you would have found that the business and people like joel. Salatin talk about They call. I don't know if he's tempted. Holistic husband drill listrik farming bit basically was the insight that you'll primary input that affected your output was. The capture of kaban and particularly ran grosses. Someone who is a obey from. This is something that he realized that he could actually show what it did to the land at the pharma worked on whether was through erosion by having animals just in one pen at one taught like for the entire time of the launch or a few little pans as opposed to roaming around in multiple pens. What that did to the grass and for me that is what tools like yours would do over the coming years which will make things more efficient down the line which is yeah. I mean. I think people don't really. It's not why the held knowledge so to explain super quickly. It's like what's called regenerative grazing and guns. Equestrian so animal rearing particularly beef is responsible for somewhere between nine and twelve percent of all greenhouse emissions And so that's the law. And if in fact cows were a country they would be third bind china and the united states in.
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"So i never even heard is curious out until yesterday but They announced very that they will no longer publish use resources for or have anything to do with all of their. I guess their recipes concoctions shows whatever will no longer have any actual meat in them. They're going all woke all franken food. And of course they're responsible they can't wait to taste it. I can't wait to get shimizu. Able so good in nexus dana boli in stuff almost simultaneously to epicurious does announcement almost simultaneously. Think congressman massey announced. That he or she didn't announce he just He was in a twitter twitter. String in about Congress or a conference rather. that's going on at tennessee. I'll give you the details. The rogue food conference are twenty twenty. One tennessee event is happening. Friday june four the saturday june fifth at the beautiful flat rock farms in lewisburg tennessee farms located south of nashville and central tennessee. Our first ever today are f c. That's rogue food conference We'll kick off with it in with. An intensive training on friday led by Nitty nitty bali or nitty bali and another rmc speaker then friday We'll have our Vip dinner and on saturday congressman. Massey's giving a there's a lunch with massey Had these speakers here. This nicole sauce lady from cast iron. Crazy and max kane and reclaiming your freedom. I'm only bringing this up to illustrate is not an endorsement of the event. Because i i don't know anything about any of these people may maybe Brian k and some of you homesteaders out. There not know about this. I do know about joel. Salatin and salad. Ten is one of the guys behind the rogue food con congress or conference But i do know this. And i can't tell you this and you can see this now and this is a completely god. Free will not really but secular version of the upon these rocks congress pretty much that's pretty apt description and i'm not saying that i have an issue with that I mean of course. I do because we want everyone to convert to the one true faith but i think that this is a good thing and since it's the first one they say it's the first one. What's that maggie. It shows more free farm. Friday than was a gift from god. That was providential and it just shows that our thinking in many of your thinking. Our numbers are just minuscule. Small tiny don't even exist on the proverbial radars green. But it shows that. I believe we're over to target and that we're not the only ones that see what's happening out there and are willing to retreat or or to take the proverbial the bugs bunny left turn in albuquerque and heading in a different direction and direction. We are called to ahead. My money got even the secular people whether they in meet with an admitted or not and their naturalists. You know pachulia oil. Or what have you is your operating in the natural realm and you have a love and respect for it no matter what you think but arnoldo organized religion. Now you do you just call it. Farming if there's a natural realm. Well how did it get there was created. Then there's a supernatural and this is where the distinction comes in So i just. I'm delighted to hear about this This rogue food conference. I like the fact that they're going rogue the and look what what's going row joel. Salatin and polly face farms is going rogue raising getting sassy. With massey congressman. Massey has a put a tweet up yesterday you know. He's a cattle rancher. He's got a huge farm in kentucky that he manages he is completely off the grid.
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"Doc. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much doctor, appreciate having you on big Sandia working at an excited to share a lot of the stuff. I'm doing with your audience. Likewise have been following your stuff for while I. Think the first time I saw year. Your stuff was actually. Tat Halio flexible years ago. Paleo? Facts was definitely an interesting event a lot. Good people over there and you know for for anyone who's never been an again. It's kind of like finding your tribe and you know getting some good food and working out a little bit and getting some excellent lectures from some very very entertaining speakers and really kind of supporting all the stuff that we do award. You know we're talking about Paleo or or carnivore. I think the one thing that separates me maybe from a some of the people that I met there is that you know we're just hardcore about organic free range grass fed wild seafood, so it's like know we want you to eat this way, but we also want you to eat the best of the best. This is not lite. Jack Wolfson sang a Burger King. Get a double opera. Hold the Bun. You know we WANNA make. Sure? We do at the right. Early, I mean. Have you had any pushback on that type of stuff? There's sometimes where I promote that very similarly and I just get this whole. You being elitist freak, and like people can't afford that and not sustainable for all Americans I mean. What is your sort of slanted that? Yeah. My slant is I mean it is the only thing that sustainable I mean the the way that corporate farming happens and and large ranches. Operates that is not sustainable, because that is just destroying the environment. You have to do it through regenerative. Farming and grazing practices, so I think books by Joel Salatin and and things that they really identified the best way to do. It is really the only way, and that is the healthiest forest to I mean when we test people's levels of pesticides and chemical exposure there sky-high. If they don't if they don't eat things, the right way so does it costs more for organic food. Is it cost more for free range grass-fed? Yeah, and it should, and you know Anthony I would challenge all those people and say hey. I I can probably find some other areas of your life where we can cut from the budget. Don't Cook from the health food budgets better for us. To eat that way. Live that way and it's and it's again. It's the only way the planet's GonNa Survive is by is by doing things the way we've always done it as hunter gatherers in. Bringing that into twenty first century world, totally one of the things that I think about often is that how hard it is to even have access stuff right now and just how all nutritious food used to be free in abundant passed, and now I'm even going to small towns. availability for real food is actually pretty challenging will a lot of work to do regarding supply chain and distribution, and getting to that point, where Jenny little bit before we started recording about how you see your time between. Scottsdale in a small town in Colorado and just wondering in Colorado sort of a small area. Do you have easy access to food them even in Austin where I'm as? There's not that many sources to to buy truly good quality food. Yeah I think you know the other thing, too. Is that the more that we support this? The more that we put our money direct our resources into these types farms. Well more people are going to do it it just. It's just a great business model kind of one of the things I've talked about most recently. Is that you have all these people? Millions of people literally millions that worked for the the and Human Services Department on a federal level, and in the State Department of Health, and the County Department of Health and school board. You know a health if we were to get rid of a lot of those people. Because their jobs are totally unnecessary. Get rid of those people in redirect them into organic farming into into pasteurize. Practices it sounds like a pipe dream, but you know. Let's put all the really. The resources over their prices will come down. It's better for our health. It's better for the planets, but you know I think you know. Listen answer your question up in this small town where in Colorado there, there is a place up there that again. There's a lot of places that do you know free range grass-fed that do? Who they do grow during the in during the cold season's that they're able to grow indoor You know in greenhouses, and and we support those people and again I'm not interested in new cars, new new housing or new clothing for myself. I'm not interested in travel. I mean I love doing all that stuff. Believe me I do, but the first thing is. You gotTa Take Care of yourself with the food and especially. If you've got young ones at home, anyone your concern with with health and wellness. You gotta put. Put Your money over there, you know Scottsdale is okay for food, and then California's pretty pretty ahead of the trend when it comes to healthy food California of course has their own problems, but Colorado and I think over the years once again. Farmers markets we love going farmers markets Arizona's got some great farmers markets for nine months out of the year the growing season. Here I mean obviously they've got a ton of sunshine. You know the the issue down here is water and summertime too much heat flight. They're growing. Season is nine months. It's it's really spectacular.