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I suspect the farmer in question is Curtis Womach, who raises his chickens outdoors, on pasture, in cooperation with a local goat farmer in Wynola. I believe that once the chickens are a certain age, they get no corn-based at all, they eat entirely from the natural outdoor environment. (You'd want to confirm that with Curtis, though, my memory may be faulty). For sure the chickens are the best I've ever tasted. . I've read that, prior to the industrialization of "farming",

Santa Fe Stuffed Peppers: 3/4 lb ground turkey breast 1 1/2 Tbsp cumin 1 tsp kosher salt 1 can (28oz) Classico Crushed Tomatoes 1 can (15.25oz) black beans, rinsed and drained 1 can (15.25oz) sweet corn, drained 3 cup Jasmine Rice (cooked) 8 fresh Sweet Red peppers 1 cup reduced fat Colby Jack cheese 2 green onions, sliced

@Sarah Pringle chicken coop from williams-sonoma. they have a whole agrarian line. I fully support you getting chickens fyi. We'll even chicken-sit when you are gone. Don't forget to leave room in your backyard design for a hot tub. We are also in favor of that. And we will also hot tub-sit when you are gone. Man we are awesome.

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Elevated feeding and watering stations keep birds from fouling the water supply with feathers, feather dander, and droppings. It's simple, effective, and more important than it might seem.

a great idea for nesting boxes, you can just pull them out and dump.