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Business Helps Suburbanites Try Out Chicken Ownershipi
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November 04, 2013 11:08 PM
As the interest in organic and locally-produced food has increased, raising chickens in the backyard has been gaining popularity among American city dwellers. But poultry farming is not right for everyone. A young entrepreneur outside Washington helps customers find out if it's a good fit for them before they invest in chicken ownership. As VOA's June Soh tells us, the business seems to be poised for a bright future.

Business Helps Suburbanites Try Out Chicken Ownership

Published November 04, 2013

As the interest in organic and locally-produced food has increased, raising chickens in the backyard has been gaining popularity among American city dwellers. But poultry farming is not right for everyone. A young entrepreneur outside Washington helps customers find out if it's a good fit for them before they invest in chicken ownership. As VOA's June Soh tells us, the business seems to be poised for a bright future.


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