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From farmers to factory owner

From farmers to factory owner

models, methodology & industrialisation : archaeological approaches to the industrial revolution in North West England

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Published by Council for British Archaeology North West, CBA North West Industrial Archaeology Panel, The University of Manchester Archaeology Unit and Chester Archaeology .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Michael Nevell.
SeriesArchaeology North West -- Vol. 6 (Issue 16, for 2001-3)
ContributionsNevell, Michael., Council For British Archaeology. North West., University of Manchester. Archaeological Unit., Chester Archaeology.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15608239M

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The Meat Racket looks behind the scenes at Tyson Foods, a multi-billion dollar company that mutated the American meat industry into a highly centralized factory production system controlled by fewer than half a dozen mega-corporations.

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With a little effort, you can find a farmers market near you and begin learning what's offered there at what times of : Nicolette Hahn Niman. Factory farm is a term used to evoke emotion, or rather, lack of emotion. It’s a term used by those who oppose modern farming and want farmers to go back “to the good old days” of farming.

The problem with “the good old days” is they really weren’t that “good” in regards to animal care. The energy intensive factory farming methods of the industrialised nations are responsible for the consumption of huge amounts of fossil fuels.

Chemical fertilizers, used to grow the feed crops for cattle in feedlots and pigs and chickens kept indoors in sheds, produce nitrous oxide, another greenhouse gas. But this does little to characterize most family farms or the threats they face. For example, a farm itself is defined by USDA as any operation selling $1, or more of agricultural products in a year.[1] Plenty of people take issue with even this definition, since it’s decades old—$1, today isn’t nearly what it was when this threshold was first created.

Farm and Factory Struggles in the s. by RoAnn Bishop Reprinted with permission from the Tar Heel Junior Historian.

Spring Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, NC Museum of History. By the s, North Carolina had become the nation’s largest producer of cotton textiles and the leading industrial state in the Southeast.

Factory and Farm Definitions. First, let’s define the terms. Merriam Webster defines “Factory” as “a building or set of buildings with facilities for manufacturing”, or ” the seat of some kind of production.” “Farm” is defined as “a tract of land devoted to agricultural purposes”,”a plot of land devoted to the raising of animals and especially domestic livestock” and.

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In a pasture-fed system, a farmer budgets up to acres per cow. The land acts as a free-range toilet that can absorb the excrement. A confinement dairy does not have that option.”.