Cutting Your Budget Can Be The Best Thing For Your Child’s Future with Steve and Annette Economides and Joel Salatin – Episode 118
Aug 30th, 2012 | By Off The Grid Radio | Category: Radio | Print This Article
Today’s guests on the first half of the Off the Grid Radio Show, Steve and Annette Economides, have developed a Smart Family Money System that will help moms and dads break free from the umbilical cord of dependency that has their children attached to them for years after they should be out on their own and independent adults.
The second half of our broadcast today features Joel Salatin and continues this week’s self-reliant theme. Joel Salatin is a third generation farmer whose farm, Polyface Farm in Swope, Virginia, and agricultural methods were featured prominently in the documentary film, Food, Inc.
It seems that more and more food providers want food from small, independent farmers that is actually cheaper to process, but because the distribution networks, in order to be insured, operate under guidelines written by Big Ag, it’s not available to the consumer. Alternative products are actively blocked from getting from the farm to the table. Joel joins host Bill Heid to tell us all about it.
Join Bill Heid, Brian Brawdy, Joel Salatin, and Steve and Annette Economides for our latest episode of Off the Grid Radio.
In this episode:
- How to raise independent adults, not irresponsible children
- The $5/$50/$500 Principle
- How Big Ag fights against the small independent farmers through distribution networks
- How consumers are going to have to band together to change market practices
- And more…
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