Re: OT Different Spin on the Mexican issue
It's not big business though, is it. Mostly restaurants and hotels and
landscapers. Maybe the large farms, if you call that big business.
Pretty much anything having to do with agriculture, large or small.
Perhaps I should've said "widespread business."
- Re: Gold plated regulations. A possible local victory.
... ISO 9000 was developed from it. ... agriculture, or required of agriculture, by people who couldn't imagine ... a business that couldn't control its imputs. ... and weather, time and tide. ...
- Re: The one man not to try bullying
... Its a business newsgroup for those interested in Agriculture, ... Michellefest was in 2004 to celebrate and welcome Michelle over from Texas ... and love to meet and make new friends. ...
- Re: Wireless CCTV On Farms
... Oh except Steve Firth!, who obviously thinks he owns the UK, Business ... The term UK & Business & Agriculture obviously being lost on ... Not with me for much longer, spammer. ...
- Wireless CCTV On Farms
... got a job for my Silent Sentry kit in Spain of all places. ... Oh except Steve Firth!, who obviously thinks he owns the UK, Business ... The term UK & Business & Agriculture obviously being lost on ...
- Re: OT who said this ?
... But taking money from people at gunpoint and giving it to a special group is socialism! ... The ends never justifies the means - I don't care if every family farm in the country goes out of business, only to be bought up by large agribusiness companies. ... It is no more the government's business to save small farms than it is to save mom and pop grocery stores. ... For that reason I support subsidies to small farms, NOT corporate giants who don't need the money to stay in business. ...