Some of ya are familiar with this man and his work. His attitude
towards farming also works small scale, as in gardening.
We should at least be asking, Is there a righteous way to farm and an
unrighteous way to farm? ... The first goal is to at least get people
to appreciate that how we farm is a moral question, he says. Once
you get to that point, then you can actually discuss: What is a moral
farm? What is a moral way to raise a chicken?