lifeontwowheels wrote >>
TomOver wrote >>
So, what are the most recent developments regarding people raising backyard chickens in greater Columbus ?
Would it make any sense to not eat a chicken until it has died of old age ? My guess is that the flavor and texture of the meat changes for the worse as an animal ages. I guess that would apply to eating people too.
I'm still very much interested in the topic and would be interested in developments as well.
What would be interesting is if someone raising chickens legally could host a meetup and let people see it first hand. Not a big commercial operation but the typical 4-6 hen back yard setup.
Yeah, people getting together in-person and furthering our food security sounds good. I am open to the idea of having chickens even though I eat a vegan diet. I am open to the idea because I realize that if I am too much of a purist, I am less able to help build a mass movement for revolutionizing our way of life.
People with backyard chickens are likely to treat them better than what goes on at, say, facilities that Tyson operates.
At what point do we set this online talk aside and meet with people in the community face to face to improve our food security ? I am right now also interested in canning and pressure cooking though I don't have the cash to buy that equipment.