Wanted: neighbor with backyard chickens

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With appetizing joy, I recently received a dozen perfectly imperfect eggs from someone who keeps backyard chickens. We’re not in egg-tossing range, but within an easy two-mile stretch of each other. I appreciated the fresh eggs,  and their minimal travel distance. Track back your breakfast. Find out how far food travels before it reaches your table.

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