Let it flow
Yes, Very informative and a lot to digest. I will listen to it 5 times more if I feel like I need to.
Very personable. Felt like I was being engaged in a one o one conversation.
Life changing. I don't say that often.
It's about farming, ethics, environment, family, and harmonizing our lives with our surroundings. Life changing book for me.
Yes. Great content. Edit it to reduce repetitiveness, then I’d say everyone should read/listen to this book. I found myself wishing I could speed up the delivery.
This book is simply amazing. I am so glad that Joel narrated the story himself. I don't think that any other person could have delivered the stories and information quite as effectively and Joel speaking his own words. I'm not sure even where to start with a review, but I can tell you that if you approach this book with an open mind, it can seriously change your life, beginning with the food choices you make. Joel is an amazing man, and I'd say he's quite a revolutionary. At least when it comes to what and how we eat. Not to say that this book is about nutrition, but rather it looks at the bigger picture of how food and other life factors affect our planet and environment. I think the world would be a better place if more people read this book and implemented the advice that Joel gives.
I would and did. Because it is so important to understand this situation that is facing us and what we can do about it. Because of this book, we are starting a garden, recycling, going to start raising chickens and goats. You don't have to make these choices but it will certainly make you think and at least make you want to go to the farmer's market rather than the supermarket.
What it takes to grow and raise our food and finding out that it doesn't have to be as disturbing, if done the right way, as the feedlots and monoculture systems. It also makes me to take action to stay in contact with my local representatives to change the restraints against local food. Its better to have many avenue to get food rather than just one, industrial food monopoly.
His enthusiasm and passion.
Its funny in several places. I laughed, I was shocked, and I was outraged.
Do not pass up this book. Everyone should listen to this.
Yes. Joel, as always, has lots of practical advice for consumers and farmers.
I like Joel's stories and sage country wisdom. At the end of every chapter, he lists the things the reader can do.
I liked that this audiobook was narrated by Joel Salatin. He personalized it in a way that only an author could. This book is eye-opening for people who don't know what a mess that well-intentioned government officials have created. But it also gives practical suggestions that anyone can do to make a change.
Tis great read covers all aspects of life not just farming, and gets it right! I'm on my second listen...
Yes, Joel Salatin hits the nail on the proverbial head when it comes to the food industry.
I can't imagine anyone else doing his book justice reading it for audio.
This book openedmyeyes
Joel narrates his own writing so he knows what he intended to say at each point. He is an entertaining speaker and informative writer.
Along the same vein is "Farm City". Another interesting listen about transformational farming.