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REMINDER: Holistic Herd Consultant Jerry Brunetti to Speak March 17, Shepherdstown, WV

  • Subject: [cg] REMINDER: Holistic Herd Consultant Jerry Brunetti to Speak March 17, Shepherdstown, WV
  • From: Allan Balliett <igg@igg.com>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 07:12:03 -0500

<When I first met Jerry, he has successfully organized a group of people in Easton New Jersey to put a stop to the unnecessary destruction of historic bridges over the Deleware River by Pennsylvania state. At that time, as result of research that he funded as an individual, he was speaking nationally about the decline in nutritional content of pasture grass and grocery products since the first US studies in 1904. He was also a frequent spokesman on pastured dairy health at NOFA and related conferences and has remained a champion of grass fed dairies. He was a keynote speaker (on government interference in the food system and what to do about it ) and he will be a keynote speaker at Sally Fallon's Weston A. Price conference this fall (on the relationship between soil health and human health). He's an inspiring man to listen to, filled with well documented facts, great humor, and an appreciation of the potential of the American system of democratic government. (Jerry's concept of 'potluck democracy' was the inspiration for the "Local Food/Local Economy" speakers series www.gardeningforthefuture.com) He doesn't speak often in the Mid-Atlantic region. I highly recommend that you make an effort to attend his presentation this Wednesday in Shepherdstown, WV. The regular press release follows. -Allan Balliett>



Biological Consultant to Speak in Shepherdstown, WV on March 17

About five years ago, biological agriculture consultant and livestock supplement formulator, Jerry Brunetti received word that without aggressive chemotherapy treatment he would be dead in as little as 6 months from lymphoma. He chose to not travel that route, and instead has embarked on his own journey, seeking advice, treatments, alternative protocols, and hands-on care from a wide variety of sources. The result has been depth of understanding of the role of nutrition in human health that is almost beyond compare, steady improvement in his own overall health, and, as of January 2004, a doctor's examination reveals NO ENLARGED LYMPTH NODES! He?s still alive, inspite of the advice he'd been given from the medical establishment.

"We've asked Jerry to expand upon the remarkable speech on the subject of cancer, natural treatments, and his own health that he presented at the 2003 Acres U.S.A. Eco-Agriculture Conference. His story emphasizes the value of locally grown foods and will serve as inspiration and education for anyone who is touched by degenerative disease, either themselves or in a friend or loved one,? said Allan Balliett, Shepherdstown ecological farmer and organizer of this event.

Jerry Brunetti is currently managing director of Agri-Dynamics, a 25 year old company engaged in ecological systems approaches to livestock, crop and horticultural programs. Agri-Dynamics produces ecological friendly pesticides and bio-stimulants; natural feed additives and herbal nutraceuticals for livestock, equine and pets; and services including soil, tissue and water testing with recommendations.

"Jerry Brunetti's approach is not limited to specific remedies. He constantly emphasizes the need to understand the similarities in the biological dynamics of the entire farm - whether in the rumen of the cow, the rhizosphere in the soil or the digestion of organic waste, the microbial life involved should be seen as part of an integrated, complementary, holistic system. It is upon this system that true human health is based,? says Balliett.

Brunetti was also co-founder of Earthworks, a company engaged since 1991 in instituting biological practices in the golf course and landscape industries. He was an animal science major at North Carolina State University and ran a cow/calf operation in Ritchie County, WV (near Harrisville) for two years. He currently serves on the steering committees of the Eastern PA Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, the Lower Mt. Bethel Environmental Advisory Council, and The Foodshed Alliance of the Ridge Valley. Jerry is a regular speaker at numerous sustainable agriculture and health conferences throughout the USA and Australia. His intellectual contribution to the grass-fed dairy movement has been substantial.

There is no charge for this event, but, due to limited seating, a reservation is necessary. Contact Allan Balliett at (304) 876-3382 or reserve@freshandlocalcsa.com to assure a seat for yourself.

This talk is part of the Local Food/Local Economy series of talks presented by Fresh and Local CSA and Gardening for the Future. Michael Shuman and Thomas Linzey are among future speakers. See www.gardeningforthefuture.com for more information.

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Bill Sanda
Director, Public Affairs
Weston A. Price Foundation
westonaprice_contact@msn.com





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