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Stock-Free Farms in USA[edit]

One of the most consistent stock-free farms that I ever visited was the Khadighar Vegan Organic Farm in Industry, Maine, which did exactly what this article describes. Will Bonsall and Molly Thorkildsen were active members of the Seed Savers exchange (I seem to recall that they were preserving 'native potatoes' (we often hear of heirloom tomatoes, but they were preserving heirloom potatoes, I seem to recall). They also made a very earnest effort to not use fuel-driven plowing equipment, but they did have a gas-powered tractor which they sought to use minimally, and they did 'fire up' a vehicle to drive into the nearby town (rarely). MaynardClark (talk) 01:23, 5 January 2015 (UTC)

Article move[edit]

Note: Regarding this and this edit by LL221W, the sources use the term stock-free agriculture, and stock-free agriculture is the WP:Common name. It is not an incorrect term for this topic. When moving articles like this, WP:Common name should always be considered, and it is better to go through the WP:Requested moves process. Any alternative title can go in the WP:Lead, per WP:Alternative title. Flyer22 (talk) 08:49, 24 August 2015 (UTC)