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  • n. An approach to farming based on biological methods that avoid the use of synthetic crop or livestock production inputs and on a broadly defined philosophy of farming that puts value on ecological harmony, resource efficiency, and non-intensive animal husbandry practices.

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  • One couple who knew nothing about organic farming developed one of the most profitable organic-produce companies in the world out of a strong desire to do something for the environment and for people.

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  • organic farming is a particular type of agriculture that doesn't use chemical elements or GMO products, the entire process of production is made by natural and mechanical instruments. The crops are protected through natural methods.

    June 12, 2009