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Benefits for people & planet from pasture fed animals & mixed farms; the alternative to factory farming. One of Britain’s greatest cultural achievements was the mixed farm, where grazing pastures powered the sustainable production of vitamin & mineral rich animal products, vegetables and cereals.
In a generation, the policy makers have destroyed this great national treasure. Britain’s best farmland now produces “cheat food” that have robbed the nation of its health. Its time to reclaim our heritage – the wonderful, health giving foods of grass lands and the mixed family farm.
Graham Harvey is the agricultural story editor for BBC Radio 4’s serial The Archers. Graham is a long standing environmental journalist/author and won the BP Natural World Prize for his book “The Killing of the Countryside”. Graham has published “We Want Real Food”, and his most recent book “The Carbon Fields” explores grass fed animals as an integral part of the carbon cycle and for the health of human health and the land. His website is grassrootsfood.co.uk