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The society would become paradise.

Popularity 1Viewed 2118 times 2019-11-20 09:53 |Personal category:China life|System category:News

Last evening I watched parts of the CCTV program on chinese food production at the meantime I had to take care of old mother and the stove. Agaiin about the meat market, I think our government should make some policy to encourage old farmers to feed more cattles with crops stalks as they did before. As I know a lot of villagers speed much time on playing cards or fishing who have enough energy and experience to raise beasts for pleasure instead. In neighboring village a retired worker buys-keeps-and-sells bulls as career whose extra income is quite admirable specially for this year. 
Chinese people should not expect all the meat comes from large-scale breeding farm. Our country ought to make full use of the rural human resources and natural feeding materials. 
If all things in a green green way, the society would become paradise. 

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