No smell pigs are hot topics right now. Imagine raising hogs with no cleaning, no smell, no flies, no vaccines and no antibiotics! I went to Korea in 2017 to attend KNF Advanced Swine Training for 5 days in Gokseong County to learn the secrets of this biological technology.
This course has a lot of classroom sessions to understand the Korean Natural Farming philosophy, principles and solutions for raising hogs. To spread this vital information to the world I videoed the entire trip and publishing it here to remain open source.
The last of the videos in this playlist contain the information about the pig nutritional cycle. Cho talks about how and when to feed sows to support them for optimal natural growth. If you want your sows to have many pigs and be able to provide nutritious milk, check these out for sure.
As the KNF movement continues to grow there needs to be some foundation and structure to establish that there are limits to the foundation and structure that constitute the movement as a whole.
Watch out for any representatives claiming to be the “chosen one” or “voice of natural farming”, and those who try to assert personal authority, superiority or governance upon these free and open source principles.
Natural farming has been unveiled to man by Nature. Nothing separates you from the same source the founders have used to establish the solutions we know today. However, those with little experience typically exert little wisdom, but do not let this subject you to any subservient position. We are all equally ignorant in the eyes of Nature.
This manifesto has been promulgated to assert the equality and common ground rules of all participants in the movement.
It makes sense to model this movement on upon an organization that has stood the test of time, continues to grow, and operates in a largely decentralized yet cooperative manner. These principles have been slightly reworded from the 12 Traditions of A.A.
Our common welfare should come first; personal success depends upon group unity.
Ultimate authority is Nature as expressed in group conscience. Our leaders are trusted servants; they do not govern.
Only requirement for membership is the desire to learn KNF.
Each group should be autonomous except in matters effecting other groups or KNF as a whole.
Each group has but one primary purpose – to carry its message to those who need KNF.
A KNF group ought to never endorse, finance or lend the KNF name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property, and prestige divert us from our primary purpose. (We can not be all things to all people)
Every KNF group ought to be self supporting, declining outside contributions.
KNF should remain forever non-professional, but service centers may employ special workers.
KNF, as such, ought never be organized; but may create service boards or committees directly responsible to those they serve.
KNF has no opinion on outside issues; hence KNF may never be drawn into public controversy.
Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, film. (Promote KNF Principles not KNF Members. Ambition has no place in KNF)
Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities. (Anonymity is real humility)
Master Han-Kyu CHO, founder of korean natural farming, visited Hawai’i in March of 2018 to deliver his teachings. He goes over advanced techniques for cultivating IMO (indigenous micro organisms) as well as other key recipes like OHN (medicine), FPJ (food), etc.
Perhaps a once in a lifetime opportunity of Advanced Farm Tours with Master Cho in Hawaii. Watch the founder of Korean Natural Farming identify and diagnose a variety of plants and issues. By seeing him in action, the nack of his mastery shines.
Monthly Natural Farming Hawaii meeting in Hilo at the Sweet Cane Cafe. Every second Tuesday 6-8pm.
This month I talked a lot. About:
Certification structure for CGNF-Hawaii. Master Cho’s official organization incorporated in Hawaii.
Beyond GMO a project to transform the Hawaiian Papaya industry.
Differences between Master Cho and his son Young-san Cho’s solutions.
how to make water soluble calcium phosphate.
burn bones till thoroughly black and charred.
dissolve in vinegar for 7 days.
strain and store liquid.
improper use can severely impair your plants
to use dilute 1:1000 with water and other KNF solutions
to enhance the flowering of plants
to support structural features of plant growth
more… see www.naturalfarminghawaii.net or subscribe to my youtube.