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Re: Farmers market type questions (Tomatoes and Sweet corn)

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Traditional Farmer

12-11-2012 05:07:48
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Facts are GMOs have been proven to be a threat to health by independent studies in Europe of course the ones that say they are safe have been financied by the large Ag companies in the US.
At any rate you fellows living in the sticks have no idea what the majority of urban consumers want
and matters very little what the real effects are one way or the other if the consumers are willing to pay extra to get it."The Customer is King".I can sell all the organically grown produce I can grow at a premium price locally so what do I care if the Chinese slave workers prefer GMO/chemical grown foods? Guess its still better than baked rat and Poke Berry they usually eat(LOL).You fellows have your market I have mine.

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MFPoor

12-11-2012 05:17:29
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 Re: Farmers market type questions (Tomatoes and Sweet corn) in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-11-2012 05:07:48  
"Us fellows living in the sticks"....Now there's a REAL laugher. (But, based on your failure to know facts before speaking, one we'll just toss in the garbage with the rest of your nonsense) And such is the majority of your rhetoric. For the record, the organic movement would benefit greatly by you NOT being their spokesman. You're making it a laughing stock with your increasingly ridiculous comments.

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Traditional Farmer

12-11-2012 05:38:09
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 Re: Farmers market type questions (Tomatoes and Sweet corn) in reply to MFPoor, 12-11-2012 05:17:29  
You have no idea what you're talking about as usual and no idea that organics is not a 'movement' for most people they're just people that want decent healthy food and they're not getting it from mainstream agriculture.Of course I don't expect you or brainwashed folks like you to care heck if Monsanto and the USDA put out a press release that cowpiles were good to eat on sandwiches you'd head to the pasture field with a loaf of bread and a jar of Miracle Whip(LOL)

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MFPoor

12-11-2012 05:43:34
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 Re: Farmers market type questions (Tomatoes and Sweet corn) in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-11-2012 05:38:09  
So on with your personal insults....Typical. You MIGHT want to consider not everyone is gullible enough to believe the claims of an "organic farmer" who isn't by definition, an organic farmer. Just someone who is profiting from false and misleading claims.



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MFPoor

12-11-2012 05:11:04
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 Re: Farmers market type questions (Tomatoes and Sweet corn) in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-11-2012 05:07:48  
And now we hear from the rumor mongering crowd! Again, NO ONE has EVER presented FACTS showing what you claim, however, there are plenty of proven FACTS that show the much higher risk involved with organic. I'd expect you to defend your way of life, but try to do so with REAL facts, and not the kind that you make up as you go along. But then again, unless you use those "home made facts", you have no leg to stand on.

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