Want to learn more about these robots? Visit the Harvest Automation website. This isn’t a Wall-E by any means, but it’s a good start.
As I mentioned earlier, I’ve been slowly reading through a book called Superdove about the history of the pigeon in different cultures and societies. One of the things I learned more about was the business of pigeon farming for consumption. In Chinese culture, squab has been a dish around for ages, but only recently has […]
The Perennial Plate travels to Beijing and Hong Kong to get a glimpse at what China is doing in its dense urban environments to bring farming back to city life. Rooftop farms are becoming a thing here. Another one that I know of in Hong Kong is HK FARM.
Jason Ring from Dark Rye on Vimeo. With limited funds, Jason Ring bought 100 meat chickens and 50 laying hens to start a local community microfarm which has helped his family wean off processed foods. A pretty remarkable story of how a few chickens can change a person’s life.