And now we have pork…
Tim Boucher
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That seems like so much meat until you start impacting friends and family with it too. In many cultures it was the norm to provide meats/harvest to elderly and others who could not tend anymore the animals. That is what community was all about. I highly encourage you to see who is in need in your family, who is in your community — a senior center for example or something. If you are raising healthy meat animals and all is going well then check out how much impact you can truly make to honor the animal you raised and your community by giving back. Blessings to you.

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