What we have ahead of us is a long road. A long straight road where the only thing stopping us is our willingness to keep trying to change an industry that is going a different direction. To find a place for organic farming in the big picture, not just in the hearts and minds of those who are passionate about its effects. Effects that stretch far and wide and are not only great for nature, but are better for the people consuming the products as well. There is a road that is fraught with peril, and one that we will continue to go down no matter what.
The thing that we run into most in the world of organic farming is whether or not it is viable. Whether we can product the amount of food that people need on a daily basis without using hormones and pesticides to increase the size of the food and to keep pests away that could ruin the crops. Can we do all of this using organic methods and still be able to turn a profit in the industry. Because at the end of the day, that is what it is all about, feeding the world, but also enhancing Michigan cider mills.
Now whether or not you stand here or there when it comes to organic farming, its viability is never something that should be questioned. There are so many different forms of organic pest control and gardening and farming techniques that there is no doubt that we could feed the world if we just implemented these on a large scale. The science is there, the question is are people ready for organic farming taking over the big agriculture industry. An industry that is subsidized and is left to do whatever it wants as long as the profits and food are there.
Going one step at a time down that path
That is what we are trying to do with our efforts. Just take it one step at a time, do our homework and learn everything we can about organic farming no matter who is or who is not on our side. That our passion is one for the planet and the people eating our food. That we owe it to them to create the best product possible and backing up our research so that other people in high positions will eventually take noticed. The thing about it is that a profit can also be made, but it will take an entire shift of consciousness to even get people to realize that.
To move forward with the plan for organic farming, we need the support of our customers as well as readers who are enthusiastic about the idea of redeeming the world while also producing crops that are better for human consumption. We hope that people change their mind about commercial farming and that with enough research, the country and the world will move toward organic farming and organic pest control.