Vegans and vegetarians are on the verge of a new food revolution thanks to the work of a small-scale farming community.

For years, the concept of organic farming has been gaining traction among vegans and vegeters across North America.

The idea of using organic crops in food products has gained popularity in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

“It’s the new food, the new way of living,” says Chris Glynn, a vegan who owns a vegetable farm near his home in New Brunswick.

He and his wife, Katie, opened their own farm about two years ago.

Glynn and Katie say the farm has been selling organic produce since 2015.

They have two chickens and five goats.

But they’re now looking to expand their business to produce their own eggs, milk and fish.

“This is something that’s really important to us because we don’t want our children to grow up without the right to have that, whether they’re born with a genetic disease or not,” Glynn says.

“We want to ensure that the next generation has that opportunity.”

Growing vegetables from scratch is not easy, says Glynn.

It requires a lot of equipment, and he and Katie have found that the biggest obstacle is finding suitable seed stock.

They bought seed stock from the Canadian Seed Corp. in the summer of 2016.

They got it from a farmer in the United Kingdom and are now making their own, using an egg-laying technique.

The eggs are laid in a tray, and the chicks are fed by hand.

Glyn and Katie are growing their own organic vegetables and raising chickens on the farm.

“The biggest obstacle right now is finding a good seed stock that we can grow in a small space,” Glyn says.

Growing your own organic vegetable seed requires a large quantity of seed.

It’s important to use high quality seed, because you need to use it at a very high temperature and for a long time,” Gyns says.

They were excited to have their vegetables grown on their own,” Gatheryn says. “

Our customers really loved it.

They were excited to have their vegetables grown on their own,” Gatheryn says.

Gatherlyn says he’s sold about 2,000 tonnes of his vegetable seeds.

“I think it’s been really successful for us, and we’re hoping to expand it a bit more and get even bigger,” Glys says.

When it comes to choosing the right organic seed to grow your own, the Glynn family uses a few guidelines.

“Most of the organic seeds are genetically modified, so they need to be able to withstand certain environmental conditions, like temperature and moisture,” Gllyn says, adding that organic seed should be “more susceptible to pests and diseases.”

Glynn is not worried about pests, because they’re a part of the plant’s natural life cycle.

“If you can grow the plants that way, they’re going to take care of themselves,” Gillys says.

He also says he wants to avoid pesticides, because that’s what his family has grown.

Gllys and Glynn also suggest using organic fertilizers, because organic fertilization helps keep weeds out of the garden.

And they’re not opposed to using antibiotics, because those drugs are used to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Gellys and his family also say that if they do grow their own vegetables, they’d prefer to grow them on the land rather than on an organic farm.

But for now, they say they’re enjoying growing their vegetables and are looking forward to buying more seeds from the farmers.