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Text: 'Organic matter feeds microbes'
at 16:14 (paraphrasing) Recently dead organic matter will be the food and energy for your microbes. Heather Darby, Ph.D, 'Healthy Soils for Healthy Organic Dairy Farms'

Text: 'Then microbes feed plants'
at 17:15 "The microbes break down that dead organic matter and they release those nutrients to your crops." Heather Darby Ph.D, 'Healthy Soils for Healthy Organic Dairy Farms'

Text: 'Then plants feed us'
at 55:05 "By adding nutrition to the soil and by adding nutrition to the grass you add nutrition to the milk and you add nutrition to the human that drinks that milk" Dr. Cynthia A. Daley PhD, 'Healthy Soils for Healthy Organic Dairy Farms'

Text: 'Plant Health -organic matter -nourished microbes'
at 18:17 " ...but microbes have to break those down the manure and cover crops to make the nitrates and ammonium available to your plants. If you don't have microbes to do that you will have no nutrients for your crops." Heather Darby Ph.D, 'Healthy Soils for Healthy Organic Dairy Farms'

Text: 'Human Health -organic matter -nourished microbes -nourished plants -nourished animals'
at 47:17 "When you have small mix farms where animals are put on the field after the field has been harvested, they will restore the fertility of the soil. So next crop that you put on that field will be well nourished and have plenty of nutrition in it. You will be fed well and you will be healthier and happier as a population and everybody will benefit." Dr. Campbell-Mcbride, 'The really healthy diet'


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