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The Death of Willow

Chicken Stories Part 1

I am not a religious person. But I just had a deep religious experience eating a chicken. No it is not about how good it tastes.

Willow is a Welsummer chicken. We got him together with six other baby chicks in May shortly after we moved to Oregon to start a permaculture homestead. The first day in his new home, I was worried about him because he wasn’t drinking like the other…




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Chong Kee Tan

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Founder, Labishire Homestead Commons

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