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  • GemmaJFGemmaJF Posts: 2,286
    edited July 2020
    Wasn't this thread initially started to speak of white/albino pheasants?  I think that's what @Guernsey Donkey 2 intended?  I see s/he hasn't become involved since.

    How rude, but typical, from what I've seen of this forum,  of you all to hijack it in order to 'sound off' on your own viewpoints.
    I rather thought a lot of people had made some great points. This forum will always be like herding cats. Damn I said the 'C' word.

    Thread drift is and always will be a feature of any old school internet forum, particularly this one because we have one specialist interest, gardening we all share, but are from hugely different backgrounds, experiences and view points.

    I'll have to be excused for actually liking it just for that.
  • wild edgeswild edges The north west of south east WalesPosts: 5,633
    How rude, but typical, from what I've seen of this forum,  of you all to hijack it in order to 'sound off' on your own viewpoints.
    Forums are a place where topics are discussed and opinions shared. Sometimes people will ask that their threads be kept on topic but mostly people are happy for the free exchange of views and for the topic to evolve as the conversation progresses. Try not to think of it as rude as that would really just limit the benefits of the forum format.

  • GemmaJFGemmaJF Posts: 2,286
    FlyDragon said:
    http://www.biocyclic-vegan.org

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/jan/12/were-humus-sapiens-the-farmers-who-shun-animal-manure

    It is possible, it just needs a lot of investment and for people to have the necessary vision. 

    I'll leave it there though, I come here to talk about plants and ponds not to get into big ethical debates! 
    Thanks for the links, I will look into it with genuine interest.
  • SlipperyElmSlipperyElm Posts: 111
    Oh sorry, I do apologise for calling you all rather 'rude'. As someone with only intermittent access to the internet,  I don't really  'do' forums, so I must beg forgiveness for my ignorance.

    I'd still like  to know more about white pheasants, though.
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