Welcome: “we are what we eat”….find out what comes through and from nature – naturally. You are invited to explore how food of today is grown from seed to harvest. Modern technologies have brought simpler production schemes and efficiency for the farmer resulting in “perceived” lower cost. Natural – organic – production is what consumers are looking for to feed their families. The debate is growing about wholesome food, nutrient denser naturally grown and livestock raised without antibiotics as a growing health concern is alarming the population. You will see on the following pages peer reviewed information that will give you insight what is very critical to our future generations for us – the people, our livestock we raise for food – and our soil and water resources in relation to sustainability.
Objective: Genetically modified Crops (often called Organism) or for short GMO. Approved and rapidly brought into us since the mid 1990′s. Corn or Maize, Soybean, Cotton, Canola are the major crops that use this technology for ease of insecticidal and herbicidal protection and control management. You will see why there are some issues or even flaws with that technology.
We are working with organizations that use the non-GMO production scheme in a most successful way: BRT, AER, Carlson. Please review via their WEB-site links their offerings. If you would like to get information combined through Best Options, Inc. – please feel free to contact us directly.
Dieter Harle is owner of Best Options, Inc. (BOI) with over 40 years in Agricultural Consulting experience. Grown up and trained in Germany on a farm parents managed, College and at the age of 23 came in 1968 to the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dairy farm work in Fond Du Lac County, WI, cowboy in Wyoming and stints of large scale crop farming in California and a BS at U.W. in Meat- & Animal Science. After marriage UW Extention Agent 4-H-Youth, Feed and Nutrition Consulting in Wisconsin, Indiana – Iowa and Illinois for two different companies. BOI founded in 1999. Since 2005 critically evaluating the GMO impacts (including Glyphosate) on Agriculture and in particular on Dairy Farms.
BRT – AG & Turf, Ladora, IA – Powerlime; www.brtagandturf.net; Keith Schlapkohl and Jeff Buresh
spraytec – Urbandale, IA – www.spraytec.com
NeoTec, Heartland Crush, LLC – Ladora, IA – Natural Ester Oils Technologies – www.GoNeoTec.com – Larry Wangsness now offering non-GMO non Hexane expelled soy.
H & E Innovations – Heinz & Eleonore Daub, Neillsville, WI – Schurr Brushes www.thefleckviehguy.com – www.schurr2brush.com
Nu-Force – Water Systems – Kevin Flammang – Dean Goette, Dan Erdmann
German technologies and experiencing the European culture with a personal touch: We can organize guide and translate a tour with futuristic agricultural and rural experiences.
We are encouraging learning what is real and the many aspects of this very complex issue. Come and visit often. We will share information from around the globe.
Write us for a speaking engagement to your group!
Canola (August through early September is the best time to start seeding winter canola after you take off small grain crop – wheat – barley – oats.)
Give Canola a chance!!
- Improve your crop rotation or bring in a new crop
- We will share market opportunity of harvested crop within a month with a plan of how to do it
- You’ll like rotation impact with following crop 10 – 15% (proven data)
Look at the video of: Why glyphosate – a major weed killer – in my body?