This French farmer is testing alternative agricultural practices

No synthetic pesticides, no ploughing, livestock grazing… This French farmer believes that a shift in agricultural practices is necessary. These are the techniques he is testing in the south-west of France.

10/01/2019 4:01 PM


  • John T.
    03/29/2020 01:32

    We did this for thirty years, 60s - 90s optimised pasture growth and soil fertility.

  • Rob G.
    03/26/2020 01:18

    Natural farming is the way- The blight of the land is down to Politicians in the EU - They have destroyed everything for Political gain!!

  • Bobby S.
    03/24/2020 12:42

    we use to do this

  • Francis A.
    03/24/2020 01:52

    We put cows in concentration camps and let them sleep on concrete. they only eat corn and never get to eat grass. Very sad.

  • Mark E.
    03/23/2020 20:58

    get off my page asshole

  • Chris B.
    03/23/2020 06:18

    joel salitins model at work here .

  • Evelyn D.
    03/21/2020 23:08

    Astrid Aribani: you and Mark must watch this. Not the cow part!

  • James S.
    03/21/2020 13:32

    very cool and important

  • Dave L.
    03/20/2020 17:24

    Most Dairy farmers paddock graze have been for years,

  • Rom G.
    03/19/2020 02:30

    C'est magnifique !

  • Tony C.
    03/18/2020 23:15

    In my youth rotation was the norm.

  • James B.
    03/16/2020 03:04

    I find it peculiar that that we’ve never calculated how much methane gas vegans produce by eating so many veggies.

  • Mark S.
    03/15/2020 09:35

    Totally agree. We should be doing this.

  • Kathleen O.
    03/13/2020 17:26


  • James T.
    03/13/2020 04:45

    Methane emissions from cattle is roughly about 15% of global greenhouse emissions. It doesn't matter whatever else you do to spin it, meat has to go. The narrative is gibberish.

  • Jim M.
    03/12/2020 20:00

    Bob Evans advanced this system in Ohio.

  • George G.
    03/12/2020 18:25

    Right, we need more invasive species here like kudzu, Eurasian ring neck doves. Brilliant! Let's bring in African Cow Birds. ...Cattle Egrets.

  • Stephen D.
    03/12/2020 01:40


  • Sean W.
    03/11/2020 07:25

    This isn't anything new, it's been done since ever, crop and pasture rotation is the only way they could have done it before the invention of chemicals

  • Vicki L.
    03/11/2020 05:13

    Ancient practice given a fancy new name!

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