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Son of Guillaume II "Talvas" de Bellême, seigneur d' Alençon and Haberga "Hildeburge" de Beaumont Husband of Muriel de Conteville Father of Margaret De Praers; Hamon de Mascy, 1st Baron of Dunham Massey; Mathieu de la Ferté-Macé; William de la Ferté-Macé, Baron of la Ferte-Mace; Robert de Massey Notes: May have been born in Normandy.
“This ideal food would help prevent, and perhaps reverse, some of the world’s most dreaded diseases. Soy serves as meat and milk for a new generation of politically correct vegetarians.
You could grow this miracle crop in a variety of soils and climates. Marketing costs money, especially when it needs to be bolstered with “research,” but there’s plenty of funds available.
Its cultivation would build up, not deplete, the land. All soybean producers pay a mandatory assessment of one-half to one percent of the net market price of soybeans.
What was once a minor crop, listed in the 1913 USDA handbook not as a food but as an industrial product, now covers 72 million acres of American farmland.