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The economics of eggs on a veggie farm

publication date: Nov 1, 2011
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EggsWe’ve been growing 8-10 acres of vegetables for farmers markets and CSA since 2000, and added in a flock of egg-laying chickens in 2004. We think chickens can work well on a vegetable farm with the right management. On our farm we make a small profit and get a lot of side benefits from our 200 birds.



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