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by Meredith Chilson I’ve been around chickens, in one form or another, for most of my life. When I was small, I lived on a dairy farm in Western New York, and my mother raised White Leghorns. Lots of them. On the coldest day in February, hundreds of baby chicks would arrive to live under […]Read more »
Guest post by Pam Baker I am, my husband and I are, proud to say we are backyard chicken farmers. But let me start at the beginning. Moving to Vermont was a decision based on family. At forty- something, my husband and I had grown tired of the suburban life. Well, actually, I had grown […]Read more »
by Taylor Miller One of my favorite chicken quotations of all time (and there are a lot) is: “The difference between ‘involvement’ and ‘commitment’ is like an eggs-and-ham breakfast: The chicken was ‘involved’ — the pig was ‘committed’.” At Community Chickens, we’re committed to creating a community made up of every breed of poultry enthusiast, […]Read more »