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    How about laws to criminalize...

    organic farming. Thats right, you'll no longer be able to grow your own food!

    No raising your own meat, no back yard garden...

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    A little old news but good that its being picked up here.

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    Yes, I just heard about this today. Sadly, I cant find a really good farming forum. Id sure like to though.
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    Too much govspeak to wade through. Are we getting too much government or what?
    Total control, boys and girls, that is what the liberals have planned.
    BTW, I have been known to shoot varmint or vermin I find in my garden or in my farm yard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllAmerican View Post
    Yes, I just heard about this today. Sadly, I cant find a really good farming forum. Id sure like to though.
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    This is the best I've found but it is geared more to commercial farming and markets.
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    backwoodshome.com good website but not a forum.

    I couldn't tell from what I briefly read of the proposed legislation whether it applies to individuals as well or just businesses. If it applies to individuals it is clearly unconstitutional, if just businesses then it is a BS law IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldogy View Post
    Too much govspeak to wade through. Are we getting too much government or what?
    Total control, boys and girls, that is what the liberals have planned.
    BTW, I have been known to shoot varmint or vermin I find in my garden or in my farm yard.
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    True,except it is not just the liberals. Since humans have been around,a certain type wants control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aus71383 View Post
    backwoodshome.com good website but not a forum.

    I couldn't tell from what I briefly read of the proposed legislation whether it applies to individuals as well or just businesses. If it applies to individuals it is clearly unconstitutional, if just businesses then it is a BS law IMO.

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    Here, this should help...
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    Backwoods home is good. Ive also been doing the Mother Earth News since my Dad says my uncle has been big on it since the 60's LOL

    My uncle has been farming his own food for decades and is a vegetarian. My dad says Im alot like him. Im hitting the livestock auction tomorrow just to browse and get up to speed.

    In a few weeks I plan after I finish the fencing and such I plan on loading up the land with a few cows, goats, chickens and pigs.

    I just planted 3/4 of an acre the other night and plan on doing more as I get going.
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