Nicholas Kristof, a New York Times columnist and former farm boy, once wrote: “(T)he central problem with modern industrial agriculture … (is) not just that it produces unhealthy food, mishandles waste, and overuses antibiotics in ways that harm us all. More fundamentally, it has no soul.”
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