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Morning on the Farm

It seems to me that, regarding agrarian art, the
farther it moves away from the natural world,
especially when the main goal is money profits,
the more difficult it becomes for it to reflect
"the highest and best feelings" of humanity.
The same is true of, of course, of agriculture itself.
The farther it tries to remove itself from nature in
search of money, the more it moves away from the highest
and healthiest kinds of food.”

Gene Logsdon, The Mother of All Arts:
Agrarianism and the Creative Impulse