The ground up is the appropriate word here because all bio-minerals are derived from the ground, whether it’s above surface or beneath the surface. But then again, many of the organic agricultural products are not being manufactured from the ground. They are, in fact, also derived from living organized tissues, such as cattle and sheep.
There is a growing passion for nature that is quite pleasing to see and experience. The earth is being given a renewed chance to live and breathe again. All mineral resources are, slowly but surely being underutilized, whether deliberately so or at the behest of markets. In most cases, it is the markets that have brought this about.
They are now seeing primary value in rather utilizing organic sources of fuel production. It is much cheaper and it is also safer. There is no argument about it; it is all beneficial for the long term. There are farmers out there who wish to improve the quality of their soil in new and sustainable ways. They also want to see to the well-being of the animals placed in their custody. The profit motif is still with us. And none so more true, and especially so with farmers.
It is a hardy task master who is able to survive in the agri-processing industry. The farmers of today all want to grow quality crops that will help realize their profit potential. And they have discovered the sustainable and non-hazardous methods of doing so. They are also learning to be more resourceful with their produce. No longer does anything need to go to waste. For instance, farming stock can now be used in the growing and sustainable industry practice of ethanol production. This can be compared with the controversies surrounding shale gas exploration.