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Dog bites sustainability

Post by News Tribune Staff on May 17, 2007 at 10:30 am | No Comments »
May 17, 2007 10:30 am

I enjoyed the hand-raised, free-range pig that Charlie McManus bought from Cheryl the Pig Lady and turned into a pulled pork special at Primo Grill this weekend.


I was looking forward to trying Primo’s next foray into procuring and preparing local foods. Looks like I’ll have to hurry.


“We just received our first shipment of free range organic chickens from Gerry Stokesberry in Olympia,” McManus e-mailed. “They are really nice. However, there will be no more for two weeks as a dog got into his chicken pens and destroyed 130 birds. Once again, the hazards of ethical farming.”

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Farming and growing
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