How America can support small family farms


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It is no secret that giant agricultural corporations have hijacked our country’s food system, making it harder for small farmers in America to survive. Corporations now own more and more farms once owned by families or individuals.

For America to reclaim her support for the U.S. family farm, we must reclaim what we buy to put on our dinner plates. One of the best ways I have found to do that is through

Using Moink (which gets its name from a combination of moo and oink), you can help prevent small family farms from being squeezed out of existence by investment groups and equity firms buying an increasing amount of family farmland.

The giant agribusinesses of today are not just involved in local farming. They are also involved in the nationwide distribution, processing, storage, and even retail of America’s essential farm products.

For our nation to survive, we must be independent of several essential goods and services, and one of those is food! The more of our nation’s food that is supplied by hard-working, American families who have in many cases been farming for generations, the better. These American families farm their land because it is in their DNA. To them, it is a patriotic belief and responsibility, not merely a profit motive. And as we have seen many times throughout history, profits for farmers are not guaranteed.

Eric Schlosser, the author of Fast Food Nation, says, “The days when hamburger meat was ground in the back of a butcher shop, out of scraps from one or two sides of beef, are long gone,” and that “A single fast-food hamburger now contains meat from dozens or even hundreds of different cattle.”

One of the biggest challenges that American family-owned and operated farms confront is an aging population. The average age of the American farmer and rancher is up to 57 compared to 52 just 20 years ago, and they often retire without a younger member of the family who agrees to take over. The result is often that multi-generation farms are removed from the national landscape.

Statistics show that less than a third of small U.S. farms have a designated successor in the family. Many young couples are unwilling to invest $500,000 in a business that requires them to work 12-16 hours per day throughout most of the year and then get a return that amounts to the equivalent of what a farmer’s wages would have been 30 years ago.

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We are currently enjoying our first box, and we already know it will not be our last.

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Then you’ll be on your way to supporting small American family farmers, reclaiming our land and our dinner plates while enjoying some of the best American-grown food you’ll ever taste!

About Roger Simmermaker

Roger Simmermaker has written multiple books on buying American and trade policy since 1996, and has been a frequent guest on Fox News, Fox Business Network, CNN, and MSNBC. Roger has also been quoted or featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, BusinessWeek, and The New York Times, among many other publications. His new book ” UNCONSTITUTIONAL: Our Founding Fathers Rejected FREE TRADE And So Should We,” was printed in January 2020.

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