These farms could provide the ecological food Europeans lately demand so much for.
Yes in a ideal world, but this must be instigated by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and getting them to provide anything is a hopeless task.
My wife is a Phd at the Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation - State Research Institute here in Puławy, and they have countless problems getting founding for projects such as you mention, and all the time they hit a brick wall with the Ministry saying there is no need for for their projects.
Two years ago the EU made a proposal to Poland that they would like them to take control of all bio-fuel research along with other projects, which would have made Poland a leader in such research, but Jaroslaw kaczynski turned them down saying Poland would not be seen begging for anything.
This was at the time of the European constitution negotiations, and many in the scientific world saw it as pride issue on the behalf of kaczynski, but they were also sickened with despair because this lost Polish research Institutes millions of Euros, and has set them back years.
I do not know any older person in poland living in a nursing home personally - and thats something good!
This is one very positive side of Polish culture that I so like and respect, and my mother is getting quite old now and my family in the UK are talking about a retirement home for her. This idea repulses me, so I spoke to my wife and she said without even thinking that she can come and live with us, so when we were building our house we just added a granny annex to the side, and when she wants to she can come and live with us.
Wildrover, we too live on a farm where my father-in-law gave us some land on his dairy farm, and it is lovely right next to a forest.
Here is a picture with the granny annex on the left side.