It concerns me because of manure and because of animal husbandry. We don't have lots of animals on our farm but we've been told the raccoon ate all of them and a gray fox like a big gray fox and I'm pretty sure it's some of them but we've been living with chickens. Past couple of years and it's just a really it's just an interesting experiences human have these animals that we had some chickens and they imprinted on us so you like walk out the door and they like come to you and then they give you food and then they also like scratch around and fertilize your garden because they have this really wonderful High nitrogen (expletive). And and you feel that you're part of this food cycle part of the farm cycle. And so maybe that's just like Nostalgia, I guess but it seems To me. There's something going on there. Does that mean that we should have massive factory farms and we should have everyone eating lots and lots of meat. I don't I don't think so. But to me, it means that there's something something very human about living in existence with animals that includes eating them at least for me in the path. I've chosen now. I've also I was a vegetarian for 10 years and I didn't feel that way. I was in a period of my life where meet grossed me out the smell of meat. Ask me out. So I've obviously my own way, I guess evolved and shifted I think for anybody listening that's just my request is a psychiatrist is that they you have a plan that makes sense to you and that's really the work or our work and mental health is no it's not indoctrinate people into me. You can really tell a approach nutrition. I think I hope like a psychiatrist which our job is really to live in a world with a stance of neutrality and encouragement that I'm not trying to make. Q eat like me I'm hoping to give you some guidelines to help you like you and so that's where I try to say bypass the issue. I just know I've been doing this for 10 years. I'm tired of debating whether people should eat a hamburger or not because I think that's your decision. That's not my decision. And I think people can argue the data either way at this point. I think some of the other concerns probably that so the manure is a big concern.
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