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Where Our Power to Execute Our Natural Rights is Perfect, Government has No Legitimate Jurisdiction
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Self Sufficiency-A New Kind of Agricultural Revolution

Releasing the landless peasant to produce food-

Capitalism in reverse.

 

 

Plants and Animals

 

Vegetables,Fruit, & Herbs

Poultry Pigs and Goats

 

Grown Outside, Under Shelter  or Under Glass

Not only Grow your Own -Fresh and Safe

Not only Home Grown- Self and Surplus

 

In Gardens-On Allotments – Farming Smallholdings

 

Using Contractors and Tool Hire as necessary

 

The Key to all this are Markets

 

For a Market to exist there must be buyers and sellers

 

There are so many kinds of “Markets”

 

All types are essential but :-

 

Local Cheap / Free stalls made available for Home Grown Only at Supermarkets carparks.

Market stalls for Traders in City Centres

Cooperatives – Warehouses and Cold Stores for Supermarkets and Stores

Farmers Markets for Speciality Produce

Auction/ Direct  Markets

 

The key is to make the the type of market fit the model of Buyers and Sellers

 

Food should be sold on the basis of what it is.

 

Weight is important but not for everything

 

Public Health is important but as with life – Let the buyer beware

 

Veterinary services should be modelled on prevention rather than inspection.

 

Packaging should be reasonable and not over commercial

 

Finally – The Produce should state clearly what it is.

 

Any additives clearly marked.

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