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Sun Aug 16, 2015, 04:30 AM

1. Power to the good people. Hope they can build their own way to independence.

It sounds as if this could potentially become a very large movement.

Consumers in Argentina seem concerned with getting true quality in their food products. They appreciate the genuine will the independent small farmers show to provide top quality, clean products which they know are far healthier, more wholesome.

Tremendous ideas are evolving. Wishing them success beyond what their hopes have allowed them to dream.

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The article says they have to struggle to get their products to market when it rains, as they have only dirt roads to negotiate. We all know the corporation farms haven't had dirt roads to worry about for decades, clearly. They make sure of that.

Same story in so many countries. Some farmers just have given up trying to grow their crops after realizing their pleas to the governments simply fall on deaf ears, and help will not be coming in the form of new roads, or trains, or anything of use for poor people in order to get their products to the cities.

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