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Discussion in 'General Chicken Discussion' started by BootedBantam, Sep 16, 2012.
# 1 Iowa
No, No, NO ...
It is in my backyard ...
Well I'll be danged. Michigan made the list! We're #7. Nice! Helps off-set we're like one of the very top 3 for highest insurance rip off rates. =/ No kidding. There was a poll on that sometime last year. California's rates are even cheaper than ours. Go figure.
I new Indiana was up there, nice to know 4th. Cool and fun facts thanks for sharing. I cant wait to go big time and get my one million chichens.
Be careful what you wish for.
From the early 1900's to around 1940, my area of the US was the number one egg producing region. Small farmers got together in co-ops, invented large scale egg washers, and organized shipping. If you want a real insight to the era and a good laugh, read "The Egg and I" or rent it as a movie.
I have seen the book, will add it to list. Thank you. The top producers have great extention programs. There is a lot of information, if you look.