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"While the rest of the nation spends $15 on an ordinary chicken at their local feed store, Silicon Valley residents might spend more than $350 for one heritage breed."This is the first that I've heard of this, but I am not surprised. It's clearly progressive.
I do love the idea of bringing eggs to a dinner party instead of wine.
LL: Very high-end progressive. $20,000 chicken coop? Seriously?
Jan: Funny you would bring that up. My sister has had chickens for years now and she gives all the eggs away in Tupperware egg cartons. She eats store-bought eggs because she doesn't like her own chickens' eggs. She says they taste funny. That's about as unbelievable as my brother who has a boat, loves to fish, but doesn't eat fish of any kind.
If it's in California then I'm not surprised. Bunch of weirdos living here. The government is full of them. Have a fabulous day. ♥
$20,000 a coop isn't chicken feed.Well. Maybe it is.
Ed Bonderenka: It's chicken feed for folks with more money than brains.
Sandee: California is full of them and so is Florida, New York, Detroit, Chicago, et al.
While i wouldn't mind having chickens for the eggs, i certainly would treat them like chickens.
Messymimi: Yes, I'd rather not waste my money either.
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