Category Archives: Interviews

Farming in North Carolina

Chad Sale is 35 years old and lives in North Carolina. He has raised poultry most of his life and now raises about 700 chickens, ducks, turkeys, and quail. As a child, Chad used to spend a lot of time … Continue reading

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Starting a Homestead in Maine

Barbara Chatterton-Luuring and her family live in Machias, Maine. They moved there from the Netherlands about a year go and began raising chickens …. Continue reading

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Raising Chickens for the State Fair

Krista Little has been raising chickens for about seven years. She has had several flocks over the years. She currently has a small flock consisting of Delawares, Cinnamon Queens, and several other varieties. Krista started raising chickens when she was … Continue reading

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The Self-Perpetuating Flock

Today, I contacted Sally, who is now 80 years old and who has raised chickens off and on her entire life and continuously for the past forty years.  Forty years ago, Sally began with a flock of chickens, most of … Continue reading

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