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Salad Bar Beef Paperback – July 1, 1996
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This book does not contain simple homesteading information; it is a manual on how to maximize profits, production, and soil fertility, while decreasing disease and stress(both cattle stress and farmer stress). When I said it does not contain "simple homesteading information", I did not mean that this book is complicated. Salad Bar Beef is actually one of the easiest agricultural books to comprehend.
Although easy to comprehend, you can not by any means read this book with a conventional mind. Pretend you do not know anything, and carefully consider Salatin's points.
If you begin reading this book and get the feeling that Salatin is strong in the way he presents his points, that's because he is. Many do not like being convicted, but the truth is, if you're never convicted, you never learn. Salatin makes his views clearly seen in his books, and every one of them are good and practical. Personally, I do not like reading a book in which the author is weak in his presentation of views.
I have never read agricultural books as good as the ones that Salatin has written, and I recommend them to anyone interested in farming naturally. The books are high-priced, but worth double that. Before long I will raise poultry and cattle using Salatin's methods, using Salad Bar Beef as a manual. Too bad I can't give Salad Bar Beef six or seven stars.
These books are not just a great resource for raising salad bar beef, but also for marketing this unique product. That alone makes these books well worth the money.
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Older book has some good points in it and a bunch of rantings from author. I have learned new things but have skipped pages due to the rantings.Published 1 day ago by KMILK
Very happy with this book. Salatin as always lays things out so clearly that you don't know why you didn't think of it yourself. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Erika V
It was very clear and as precise as could be. I appreciated the explanations of why.... I respect a man of principles. I am passing this book around.Published 17 days ago by chris jensen
I have read this book and All Flesh is Grass by Gene Logsdon as well as other books on the topic. They all offer different perspectives on basically the same topic, and Salatin and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Antonius Mangus
Great book! This is a practical guide to farming on grass in the rotational grass method. Very helpful information.Published 3 months ago by Whippoorwill
For my husband. He loves it! Wanting to raise a few head on our land and it's just what he wanted.Published 6 months ago by Astuart
It was on time and has kept me busy reading. Well worth the $ and I appreciate your collecting good books for people like me.Published 7 months ago by Bill