Which in other words everything is respected and treated with care and humanity as we believe that the world is a life cycle we all live in. So you can't mass produce cows, take away their newborns at birth and expect the milk they produce to be healthy for us. Pigs don't belong in gestation crates. Round up needs to be a children's board game and not something used in the garden. There are good bugs that get rid of bad bugs.
If we stop and think about it - where do you guess the weed killer goes you pour on your lawn?
The founder of biodynamics, Rudolf Steiner, was an amazing man that wrote over 400 works, lectured throughout the world and was the founder of the Waldorf School. His teachings have lead the ways for farms, dairies, wineries, etc., to follow his teaching and produce the very best the earth has to give in a natural and beautiful connection to our world.
Biodynamics doesn't only have to be for commercial operations. Try practicing it in your home. Combat bad bugs with good ones, find a natural link to the wildlife that surrounds you. Use chemicals and sprays as if you were cooking with them - because you know, you are.
Visit some of these great places and see what they are doing with biodynamic farming and learn more about its techniques: