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Why Pasture Raised Chicken is Healthy for the Soil

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March 8, 2023

Pasture raised chicken is not only healthy for JUST you, but also the soil. The chicken, being moved everyday onto fresh pasture, leave behind their fertile manure. Chicken manure is has 5x more nitrogen then cattle manure.

  It is remarkable to see how much the soil benefits when the animals are managed correctly.

Instead of the animals being a CURSE to the land they are a BLESSING.


...Check out the video and see HOW MUCH greener the grass is.

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