As more residents merge into the rural areas of Benton County, backyard poultry flocks have become a common interest. Country-fresh eggs are a popular item but one problem is to locate poultry of the right breed, age and health status to achieve successful egg production. In that regard, the timing couldn’t be better, said Robert L. Seay, county extension agent — staff chair.
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News, Pages 8 on 08/24/2011
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