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OUR FARM IS DOING WELL AND US TOO.

OUR FARM IS DOING WELL AND US TOO. (77 photos) Send this reportage Send this reportage
The daily life of a breeding farm where three generations meet. The time of execution arrived. This is the story of a company that is doing very well, which generates profit, far from the speech on an agricultural world only fight (without denying the real difficulties of the sector). Here, all work with passion, strength and determination, but the extended family improves with each generation tool production. It is a success.
© A. Mouthon./TheReportage.com
Categories: Economy, Environment, Human & Ethnology, Kitchen & traditions, Mountain, Sciences & nature, Animals, Men Interest, Social, Woman Interest
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These agri-managers live very well without stakes in industrial agriculture to the death, instead making the choice of a sustainable agriculture.

We are in Haute-Savoie, in the small Lake Geneva plain, near the Swiss border, 15 minutes from Grand Geneva, European metropolis. The farm is located under the flight path of the airport, a plane flies over every minute. In the back of the farm, the Alps ski resorts, tourism and green pastures. Opposite the lake and the properties of rich Saudis and Emiratis. Funny world, we see none of this from the farm, it is the firm point. Binds each generation in the frame. The grandfathers had built the first barn with barn in front of the house itself witnessed the self-subsistence farming ancestors.