Mark Purdey’s hypothesis is the only one which explains the spread of BSE
Farmers should be campaigning for more expensive fuel
The supermarkets could kill organic farming’s potential to revolutionise the foodchain
The Competition Commission has given the superstores permission to destroy the rest of Britain’s food economy
Astonishingly, it’s more productive than high-tech agriculture
How the Ministry of Agriculture tried to silence me
The corrupt Ministry of Agriculture is deliberately wiping small farmers out
It’s time to go back to the land
Reforming farm subsidies won’t do any good – we must scrap them
Old plant varieties have been criminalised by a series of draconian laws intended to protect big corporations
Only by killing all of Haiti’s pigs could the US force its people to abandon their self-sufficiency
BSE is just one symptom of the insanity governing British agricultural policy
Many of the world’s most pressing problems arise from the enclosure of land.
The “Tragedy of the Commons” is one of the modern world’s most dangerous myths.
A peasant farmers’ project in the western Amazon might hold the key to protecting the forests