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Title:Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit
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Category:Food, Non fiction, Science, Environment, History, Agriculture, Politics

Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit by Barry Estabrook

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No description available, No description available, Barry Estabrook author of the em New York Times em bestseller em Tomatoland em and a writer of great skill and compassion Eric Schlosser now explores the dark side of the American pork industry Drawing on his personal experiences raising pigs as well as his sharp investigative instincts Estabrook covers the range of the human porcine experience He embarks on nocturnal feral pig hunts in Texas He visits farmers who raise animals in vast confinement barns for Smithfield and Tyson two of the country s biggest pork producers And he describes the threat of infectious disease and the possible contamination of our food supply Through these stories shines Estabrook s abiding love for these remarkable creatures Pigs are social self aware and playful not to mention smart enough to master the typical house dog commands of sit stay come twice as fast as your average pooch With the cognitive abilities of at least three year olds they can even learn to operate a modified computer Unfortunately for the pigs they re also delicious to eat br br br Estabrook shows how these creatures are all too often subjected to lives of suffering in confinement and squalor sustained on a drug laced diet just long enough to reach slaughter weight then killed on mechanized disassembly lines But it doesn t have to be this way em Pig Tales em presents a lively portrait of those farmers who are taking an alternative approach like one Danish producer that has a far more eco friendly and humane system of pork production and new small family farms with free range heritage pigs raised on antibiotic free diets It is possible to raise pigs responsibly and respectfully in a way that is good for producers consumers and some of the top chefs in America br br br Provocative witty and deeply informed em Pig Tales em is bound to spark conversation at dinner tables across America, No description available