AGRICULTURE:
Feed My Sheep

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


VISION

The quality of food has been deteriorating fast worldwide on account of the ever expanding control exercised by those who influence all aspects of farming, from seeds to fertilizers to equipment and farm loans. With the demise of such controls, long suppressed technologies can be resuscitated and introduced to the new generations of farmers, lest genetically modified seeds eliminate all hope of returning to wholly organic crop production and irreparably damage the health of millions.

Just ten related companies control most of the world's food supplies today.

MISSION

We will acquire such lands in various climatic zones as will help demonstrate the efficacy and integrity of crops produced with environmentally-friendly methods at great savings to the farming community, at the same time increasing the quantity and quality of the harvest.

This initial stage will naturally take at least one (crop) year, after which facilities for the production and distribution of needed equipment will be launched, creating new opportunities for employment in the agricultural equipment industry as well as expanding environmentally-friendly supplies.

Ancillary operations will further expand opportunities for employment and redirection of energies in the field of farming and animal husbandry.

MANAGEMENT

Business Consultant:
Milson Macleod has a wide business background, including over two decades of experience in materials management in a major municipal government. He was highly regarded as both a researcher and problem solver. A developer of multiple humanitarian and environmental projects, which were initially proposed as business investments in the 1990s. A paradigm pioneer who has studied agricultural methods since the 1980s and taken an active part in several agricultural proposals with government at federal and provincial levels.

Farm Consultant:
An experienced farmer has been short-listed to guide overall operations.

Chief Financial Officer:
Dima Krushynyn has a Masters Degree in Economics/Finance.

Agri-chemist:
None selected as no advertising has as yet taken place.

Bio-chemist:
None selected as no advertising has as yet taken place.

Surveyor:
None selected as no advertising has as yet taken place

FINANCE

Funds are required to cover the acquisition of lands for demonstration purposes in various geographical areas, possibly including farm buildings and equipment. Funds will also be required for the production of soil energizing systems; the establishment of rock-dust operations; the acquisition and moving of volcanic ash and other special soils to enhance sub-standard areas; the cost of a central office, vehicles, equipment and staff salaries as well as travel to and from the various operations and promoting the systems throughout North America and beyond.

COMPETITION
  1. FAMILY FARMS, their debts growing greater every year, as the sale of their produce rarely meets the cost of production; depleted soil, deteriorating steadily due to the excessive use of chemical fertilizers; and discouraged operators, who see no future in farming, their children moving into other fields of endeavour. Farmers are currently obliged to adhere strictly to the chemical fertilization of their lands as laid down by government/agri-chemical manufacturers in order to obtain and keep government financing. This not only destroys the tilth of the soil and produces less nutritional crops but increases costs every year, often resulting in a negative income. Genetically modified or engineered seeds and crops from farms indirectly controlled by the agri-chemical industry, require seeds to be purchased annually and only specified fertilizers acquired for these crops. They cannot compete under these conditions.

  2. CORPORATE FARMS: Most of the world's food production has been controlled by just ten corporations - the 'food cartel' - investment analysts have emphasized the need to get in on this new development since 1995. See the EIR (Executive Intelligence Review) Special Report of 1995 12 08 by Marcia Merry Baker entitled "Who is responsible for the world food shortage?" Their influence will end with the introduction of NESARA, when the required structural reorganization of corporations is legislated.

  3. Organic farmers, usually small in size, struggling under similar conditions to other family and corporate farms, who are not privy to the extensive information available to us in this field or are unable to afford such changes. They cannot compete but would be targets for a friendly takeover.
LEGAL

21st Century Science & Technology Foundation, founded 1989 in Canada, will oversee the initial operations until an organisation is formed for this specific purpose under post-NESARA rules.

LOCATION

The location of the administrative headquarters is flexible but is tentatively planned as being located somewhere in Greater Vancouver, British Columbia. The operation of the agricultural activities may be anywhere in North America, or indeed worldwide, and may be linked to other related projects or activities, such as Earth Stewards which will utilize the proposals here as part of that project in underdeveloped countries.

COMPARISON with EXISTING SERVICES

There is no other similar, organized activity as far as can be ascertained.

Some of the proposed systems are advertised in farming periodicals but are inadequately financed: there will be strong support from the organic farming community in particular once details of this plan have been released.

VIABILITY or PROFITABILITY

There is no question of profitability as this is a humanitarian, non-profit operation. The needs are worldwide. Auditors will examine periodically the distribution and use of funds. The operations which take advantage of the introduction of such systems will benefit greatly on an ongoing basis.

SCOPE

The scope is extensive.

We have concentrated here upon the agricultural and horticultural side of the project, which will cover grains, herbs, orchards, vegetable gardening, but it will also encompass other fields such as animal husbandry, aquaculture, the beverage industries and ancillary fields such as apiculture.

The system will be found beneficial to related areas such as grasslands and forests as well as those lands currently classified as deserts or non-productive lands, which can be reclaimed and contribute to adequately feeding humanity.

SHORT and LONG-TERM GOALS

Initially the plan is to acquire various parcels of farmland and provide these services as well as the equipment free of charge in various locations and climates in order to demonstrate the efficacy of the systems. This means that at least one year will be spent in setting up the systems and tabulating the results of the ensuing crops.

These results will be used to promote the systems to the farming community in general.

It will be necessary to establish manufacturing facilities for the equipment used and to train staff in the set up and operation. After the first year manufacturing facilities will be expanded to meet the expected demand. The operations will be extended to other countries and will be provided at no charge to third world countries until such time as they can manufacture and assemble systems on their own.


© Dr Milson Macleod 2000-2007

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