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September 04, 2008

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Tracy W

fed the masses chemical-free, hormone-free meat

If his meat is chemical-free, then how can it be meat? Meat has to consist of something and I don't see what that thing can be if it's not chemical.

Genevieve

Semantics aside, I have the greatest respect for Polyface Farm and the work of Joel Salatins and his family. I am happy for you that you got to see the magic first hand.

Kerry

Wow - a field trip to Polyface! I'd love to have joined you...to far to drive for the day from Charlotte, NC, though.

Over the summer I read Pollan's "Omnivore's Dilemna" and loved it - especially what I learned about Polyface. Kudos to you for going and checking it out. I started posting my notes on the read, but my second post gotten eaten by the internet and I've never had the heart to recreate my 6 hours of work. Maybe your post will give me the push I need. We'll se...

Anyway - enjoyed your post!

Valerie

I, too, read about Polyface in Omnivore's Dilemma.

I don't know that my reading the book has any significance, but the farm's name certainly caught my eye while I was scanning the blog feed list. ;>

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