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by Jennifer Sartell Photos by author I thought I liked chickens… until I raised turkeys. And while chickens will always have a special place in my heart, if I had one piece of advise to give to people who are wondering if they should raise turkeys, my answer would be YES! They are wonderful! If […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Photos by author Well, the deed is done. Just as hard as I expected … just as hard as the year before. If you read my post from last week Thankful for Turkeys, you’ll know we were processing some of our turkeys and chickens this past weekend. The day started out cold […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Photos by author I’ve heard it said that Thanksgiving is loosing it’s value as a holiday. In retail stores, it’s smashed between the ram sacked clearance isles of Halloween candy, unworn costumes and the new glitter of Christmas items that sweep the shopping centers seemingly overnight. But like most things in the […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Today we’re traveling to Fresno, California to visit with Donna McGlasson, proud owner of Coop de Clucks Chalet! Donna raises her 3 chickens, 2 Rhode Island Reds and a Barred Rock for organic eggs. Coop de Chalet resides in the heart of suburbia, but it’s unique shape and great use of space […]Read more »
by Jennifer Sartell Last weekend I made bone broth for the first time. I had roasted a chicken earlier in the week, and after the chicken dinner had been eaten, and leftover sandwiches been made, I was left with the carcass, bones and grizzle. Secretly, …this is what I was after. I’ve been doing a […]Read more »