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Butchering Goats: A Family Affair

There are so many aspects to learn about when it comes to raising your own food. Butchering is one that seems so far out of reach for many of us. In many ways, it is a lost art. My own grandmother wouldn’t have thought twice about going out to the chicken coop and killing a […]

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Everything but the Oink: Thoughts on On-Farm Meat Processing

As Sustainable Kentucky has evolved, I feel privileged to have gained a lot of insight from my farming friends into the legal side of running a small farm operation. In short—it is a nightmare with a maze of regulations that are vague and confusing even to the folks who are tasked with enforcing them. Today, […]

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