Dale Hodgins wrote:I'm not sure that his system exists solely to dodge regulations. It's also a great time saver. No packing everything into the truck and spending the day at the farmers market. Customers harvest and haul their produce. I've seen several bed and breakfasts that grow lots of food that is eaten on site. It's efficient.
I don't doubt that is true too. The podcast in question didn't mention any of his other reasons though. It just brought up how it allows for avoiding a lot of big-ag favoring rules. It has all the benefits of a U-pick farm without the regulations imposed on them.
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