Natural is always better: Using predators to protect crops instead of herbicides boosts profit and conserves wildlife

(Natural News) Farmers in northwestern Michigan may have just found a way to hit two birds with one stone, figuratively speaking: They’ve been luring falcons to their farms to naturally cull pests and protect their crops, reducing their dependency on poison and pesticide use along the process. Since the 1990s, local orchardists have been using…

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