Omnivore's Delusion Against The Agri-Intellectuals Analysis

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In “The Omnivore’s Delusion: Against the Agri-Intellectuals” Blake Hurst, a lively old farmer, shares the reality and necessity of industrial farming standards today. Firstly, an emphasis is put on the technological advancement of the world and the influence it has on farming. People rely on their doctors advancement in technology, but want their farmers to continue in the same practice as previous generations (Hurst). An advancement in technology has the ability to broaden a farmer's ability to more adequately provide for the growing population in a way organic methods may not. Which is further established as the author draws a comparison in his experience to the speculations of agri-intellectuals. Often times reflecting on his own life experiences

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