Foul: Food and Friend
Published 10/26/2012, The Dickinson Press
When nearly 300 chickens were dropped off at Roger Fleck’s Dickinson home six years ago, he realized he might be slightly in over his head. Fleck, 56, who was trying to raise chickens for the first time, decided to keep 30 chickens and sold or butchered the remaining birds, leaving him a more manageable supply of eggs that have satisfied his family’s pallet ever since.Word count: 818
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