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Farming Tagalog quotes by Will Rogers
#1. The farmer has to be an optimist or he wouldn't still be a farmer. #Quote by Will Rogers
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jacques-Yves Cousteau
#2. We must plant the sea and herd its animals using the sea as farmers instead of hunters. That is what civilization is all about - farming replacing hunting. #Quote by Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
#3. We are not encouraged, on a daily basis, to pay careful attention to the animals we eat. On the contrary, the meat, dairy, and egg industries all actively encourage us to give thought to our own immediate interest (taste, for example, or cheap food) but not to the real suffering involved. They do so by deliberately withholding information and by cynically presenting us with idealized images of happy animals in beautiful landscapes, scenes of bucolic happiness that do not correspond to anything in the real world. The animals involved suffer agony because of our ignorance. The least we owe them is to lessen that ignorance. #Quote by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Farming Tagalog quotes by Bee Wilson
#4. We are the first generation to be hunted by what we eat. Since the birth of farming ten thousand years ago, most humans haven't been hunters, but never before have we been so insistently pursued by our own food supply. The calories hunt them down even when we are not looking for them. #Quote by Bee Wilson
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jim
#5. I'm a conversationalist. I came out of a town with only 300 people. I didn't have anybody to talk to. I didn't want to talk about farming. So when I came out in the world, I started talking. Never stopped. #Quote by Jim "Dandy" Mangrum
Farming Tagalog quotes by John Garfield
#6. There was a revolution going on at home. Why didn't I earn some money? Why didn't I do something practical, like chicken farming? #Quote by John Garfield
Farming Tagalog quotes by Brenda Sutton Rose
#7. So that I might face my past,
I dug these words from the richest southern soil
and held them in my hands like seeds waiting for rain. #Quote by Brenda Sutton Rose
Farming Tagalog quotes by Gene Logsdon
#8. Why does no one speak of the cultural advantages of the country? For example, is a well groomed, ecologically kept, sustainably fertile farm any less cultural, any less artful, than paintings of fat angels on church ceilings? #Quote by Gene Logsdon
Farming Tagalog quotes by Anne Bosworth Greene
#9. A farm is like a very large and extended baby. It takes a great deal of time and very little mentality. #Quote by Anne Bosworth Greene
Farming Tagalog quotes by Joseph Lelyveld
#10. I should like to slip out of the public bury myself in the farm and devote my attention to farming and educating." Mahatma Gandhi #Quote by Joseph Lelyveld
Farming Tagalog quotes by Lisa M. Hamilton
#11. They" are farmers and ranchers, though generally not those from the front row of the church, that select few who remain in conventional agriculture. These are the ones who were trimmed off long ago, or at least by the industry's prescription, should have been. As we sit and talk, the topics are sometimes technical, often political or economic, and always, ultimately, philosophical. And personal. If we start with a discussion of soil microbiology or a comparison of turkey breeds, inevitably we end up in family, history, ecology, faith, beauty, morality, and the fate of the world to come. For them, all those things are linked.
As they see it, agriculture is not an industry on the periphery of modern civilization. It is a fundamental act that determines whether we as a society will live or die. What binds these people is not a particular farming method, but rather the conviction that as humans, the contributions they make are essential. Conventional agriculture doesn't need people for much more than to run the machines and carry the debt, but these people refuse that lifeless role. To the work, they bring their intellects and their consciences, their histories and their concerns for the future. In quiet ways, in quiet places, they have set about correcting the damage that has come from believing agriculture could actually be reduced to numbers alone. #Quote by Lisa M. Hamilton
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jean Manco
#12. Adults who could digest raw milk had an excellent source of food on the hoof. Cattle could go on turning grass into milk for years before they were slaughtered for beef. It has been proposed that lactase persistence was the genetic edge that allowed the dairy pastoralist Indo-Europeans to spread. Dairy farming produces five times as many calories per acre as raising cattle for slaughter.61 The protein and calcium of milk certainly build bones. Prehistoric dairy farmers tended to be taller than other farmers.62 #Quote by Jean Manco
Farming Tagalog quotes by Miriam Toews
#13. Mennonites formed themselves in Holland five hundred years ago after a man named Menno Simons became so moved by hearing Anabaptist prisoners singing hymns before being executed by the Spanish Inquisition that he joined their cause and became their leader. Then they started to move all around the world in colonies looking for freedom and isolation and peace and opportunities to sell cheese. Different countries give us shelter if we agree to stay out of trouble and help with the economy by farming in obscurity. We live like ghosts. Then, sometimes, those countries decide they want us to be real citizens after all and start to force us to do things like join the army or pay taxes or respect laws and then we pack our stuff up in the middle of the night and move to another country where we can live purely but somewhat out of context. #Quote by Miriam Toews
Farming Tagalog quotes by Paul Muldoon
#14. Why Brownlee left, and where he went,
Is a mystery even now.
For if a man should have been content
It was him; two acres of barley,
One of potatoes, four bullocks,
A milker, a slated farmhouse.
He was last seen going out to plough
On a March morning, bright and early.

By noon Brownlee was famous;
They had found all abandoned, with
The last rig unbroken, his pair of black
Horses, like man and wife,
Shifting their weight from foot to
Foot, and gazing into the future. #Quote by Paul Muldoon
Farming Tagalog quotes by Alexandra Ripley
#15. And she understood. She would have done the same. She understood, too, why she'd been wrong to offer Ballyhara as a substitute for land he'd farmed all his life. It made all his work meaningless, and the work of his sons, his brothers, his father, his father's father. #Quote by Alexandra Ripley
Farming Tagalog quotes by Carl L. Becker
#16. Virginia was in fact a landowning aristocracy, without nobility or merchant class, or any considerable small peasant farming class; and the other Southern colonies, except North Carolina, were on the whole similar to Virginia in these respects. #Quote by Carl L. Becker
Farming Tagalog quotes by Anonymous
#17. Heritage breeds, with or without Chinese "blood," are threatened primarily because they are not suitable for the ultraintensive farming practices that predominate in the West today. Generally, they don't grow fast enough for factory farming, or they require too much space and resources. The Iberico, for example, needs about an acre of oak woodland (called dehesa forest) per pig to supply the acorns for its famous hams.35 #Quote by Anonymous
Farming Tagalog quotes by Terry Pratchett
#18. Taxation, gentlemen, is very much like dairy farming. The task is to extract the maximum amount of milk with the minimum amount of moo. #Quote by Terry Pratchett
Farming Tagalog quotes by Kristin Kimball
#19. Farming takes root in you and crowds out other endeavors, makes them seem paltry. Your acres become a world. And maybe you realize that it is beyond those acres or in your distant past, back in the realm of TiVo and cubicles, of take-out food and central heat and air, in that country where discomfort has nearly disappeared, that you were deprived. Deprived of the pleasure of desire, of effort and difficulty and meaningful accomplishment. #Quote by Kristin Kimball
Farming Tagalog quotes by Frances Moore Lappe
#20. Much agricultural land which might be growing food is being used instead to 'grow' money (in the form of coffee, tea, etc.). #Quote by Frances Moore Lappe
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jared Diamond
#21. Twelve thousand years ago, everybody on earth was a hunter-gatherer; now almost all of us are farmers or else are fed by farmers. The spread of farming from those few sites of origin usually did not occur as a result of the hunter-gatherers' elsewhere adopting farming; hunter-gatherers tend to be conservative ... Instead, farming spread mainly through farmers' outbreeding hunters, developing more potent technology, and then killing the hunters or driving them off of all lands suitable for agriculture. #Quote by Jared Diamond
Farming Tagalog quotes by Michael Greger
#22. The emergence and spread of virulent strains of avian influenza has been attributed by experts to the intensely overcrowded, unsanitary, and stressful conditions that often characterize large-scale factory farming in industrialized agriculture. #Quote by Michael Greger
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jim Paredes
#23. Tagalog sounds like boiling water. #Quote by Jim Paredes
Farming Tagalog quotes by Prince Charles
#24. It is now 14 years since I first suggested that organic farming might have some benefits and ought to be taken seriously. I shall never forget the vehemence of the reaction.. much of it coming from the sort of people who regard agriculture as an industrial process, with production as the sole yardstick of success. #Quote by Prince Charles
Farming Tagalog quotes by Alexandra Fuller
#25. And for the majority of the country, Freedom did not include access to the sidewalks, the best schools and hospitals, decent farming land or the right to vote. It now seems completely clear to me, looking back, that when a government talks about "fighting for Freedom" almost every Freedom you can imagine disappears for ordinary people and expands limitlessly for a handful of people in power. #Quote by Alexandra Fuller
Farming Tagalog quotes by Garrison Keillor
#26. Sport is a seductive metaphor (life as a game in which we gain victory through hard work, discipline, and visualizing success). but the older metaphor of farming (life as hard labor that is subject to weather and quirks of blind fate and may return no reward whatsoever and don't be surprised) is still in our blood. #Quote by Garrison Keillor
Farming Tagalog quotes by Brenda Sutton Rose
#27. Ask me about my childhood, and I will tell you to walk to the edge of the woods with a choir of crickets chirping from every direction, a hot, humid breeze brushing through your hair, your feet, bare and callused. Stand there, unmoving, and watch the dance of ten thousand fireflies blinking on and off in the darkness. Inhale the scent of cured tobacco, freshly plowed southern soil, burning leaves, and honeysuckle. Swallow the taste of blackberries, picked straight from the bushes, and lick your teeth, the after-taste still sweet in your mouth. Now, stretch out on the ground and relax all your muscles. Watch nature's festival of flickering lights. #Quote by Brenda Sutton Rose
Farming Tagalog quotes by Kate Curran
#28. Baseball is the only sport there is - next to bowling that is.
Luella Lorraine Lavell #Quote by Kate Curran
Farming Tagalog quotes by John Piper
#29. One of the most important discoveries I have ever made is this truth: God is most glorified in me when I am most satisfied in him. This is the motor that drives my ministry as a pastor. It affects everything I do. #Quote by John Piper
Farming Tagalog quotes by Edwidge Danticat
#30. Two mountains can never meet but perhaps you and I can meet again. I am coming to your waterfall #Quote by Edwidge Danticat
Farming Tagalog quotes by Martin Adams
#31. In our current distorted reality, land is often held speculatively without being put to productive use. Because people are able to profit from land and use it inefficiently, sprawl is an issue and farmland is constantly at risk of rezoning, thus forcing up the cost of all farmland.

Land contributions would remove the profit from land speculation and inefficient use, releasing more farmland and also ensuring existing farmland wasn't constantly under the shadow of rezoning. Labour and capital taxes would reduce and thus also farming costs. Overall, farming costs would reduce and farmland would be sustainably available for agriculture. #Quote by Martin Adams
Farming Tagalog quotes by Masanobu Fukuoka
#32. The real path to natural farming requires that a person know what unaltered nature is, so that he or she can instinctively understand what needs to be done - and what must not be done - to work in harmony with its processes. #Quote by Masanobu Fukuoka
Farming Tagalog quotes by Arlo Crawford
#33. When I was still working at the museum, every project had a checklist, a clear set of milestones. I worked until I satisfied these requirements, and then I put the project away. On the farm, though, we were immersed in the summer, a wide, warm ocean with no shore in sight and no landmarks to swim toward. Now we rested in that same ocean, floating as it moved around us. #Quote by Arlo Crawford
Farming Tagalog quotes by Yuval Noah Harari
#34. The stress of farming had far-reaching consequences. It was the foundation of large-scale political and social systems. Sadly, the diligent peasants almost never achieved the future economic security they so craved through their hard work in the present. Everywhere, rulers and elites sprang up, living off the peasants' surplus food and leaving them with only a bare subsistence. These #Quote by Yuval Noah Harari
Farming Tagalog quotes by P. J. O'Rourke
#35. Sheep farming is heavily subsidized in Great Britain. Without the subsidies, the green grazing in the valley of the River Exe would be gone. The handsome agricultural landscape of which the British are so proud, carefully husbanded since Boudicca's day, would be replaced by natural growth. The most likely growth is real-estate developments. #Quote by P. J. O'Rourke
Farming Tagalog quotes by Moby
#36. I truly don't judge other people's actions. But I think that factory farming is an abomination. #Quote by Moby
Farming Tagalog quotes by Tom Vilsack
#37. President Obama's fight for rural America is personal. He was raised by a single mom and grandparents from Kansas. He hails from a farming state, Illinois. #Quote by Tom Vilsack
Farming Tagalog quotes by David Mas Masumoto
#38. I feel persecuted by the power of mother nature, who dwarfs my farm with her unpredictable character. Yet I cling to a spirit of survival. I observe others, my family and neighbors, as we brace for the storm with a humbling humility. #Quote by David Mas Masumoto
Farming Tagalog quotes by Emiliano Zapata
#39. One of the happiest days of my life is when I made five or six hundred pesos from a crop of watermelons I raise all on my own. #Quote by Emiliano Zapata
Farming Tagalog quotes by Geoff Mulgan
#40. All over the world, social innovation is tackling some of the most pressing problems facing society today - from fair trade, distance learning, hospices, urban farming and waste reduction to restorative justice and zero-carbon housing. But most of these are growing despite, not because of, help from governments. #Quote by Geoff Mulgan
Farming Tagalog quotes by Mike Watt
#41. You need bad things to make good things. It's like with farming - if you want to grow a good crop, you need a lot of manure. #Quote by Mike Watt
Farming Tagalog quotes by Fay Godwin
#42. What I loathe is the multi-national conglomerates who must take responsibility for the degradation and pollution of so much of our landscape with their factory farming and greed. #Quote by Fay Godwin
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jon Kabat-Zinn
#43. Meditation is like farming ... the right soil is required to grow anything, nothing will grow if the soil is polluted by striving or pushing too hard. #Quote by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Farming Tagalog quotes by Jane Smiley
#44. How will you know a good farmer when you meet him? He will not ask you for any favors. #Quote by Jane Smiley
Farming Tagalog quotes by Imbolo Mbue
#45. Pregnant women are not supposed to do anything strenuous in their last months, he'd said to her, even though his mother had continued farming till the day she gave birth to each of her five children and had in fact given birth to his youngest brother under a guava tree at their farm behind Mawoh Quarters. #Quote by Imbolo Mbue
Farming Tagalog quotes by Wendell Berry
#46. Why should conservationists have a positive interest in ... farming? There are lots of reasons, but the plainest is: Conservationists eat. #Quote by Wendell Berry
Farming Tagalog quotes by Ezra Taft Benson
#47. I grew up believing that the willingness and ability to work is the basic ingredient of successful farming. Hard, intelligent work is the key. Use it, and your chances for success are good. #Quote by Ezra Taft Benson
Farming Tagalog quotes by Mango Wodzak
#48. If factory farming for meat of cats, dogs, squirrels, swans and guinea pigs began in western Europe, you can be sure some of the bacon and sausage gorging public would be out protesting. Although other cultures regularly eat some or all of these animals, everybody draws the line somewhere. Most would balk at the idea of eating dolphin, gorilla, orangutan or human flesh, but really the differences between the species are minimal and whether we are a rabbit, horse, chimpanzee or human, we all have an innate desire to live our lives freely and avoid violation. #Quote by Mango Wodzak

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