Nicorvo, Jay Baron
March 2011
Iowa Review;Spring2011, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p98
An essay on the adventures of chicken husbandry is presented. It mentions the author's wedding in their backyard. It details how the couple started raising chicken in their backyard where wedding ceremony took place. It narrates the author's passion and love in chicken that even killing them he cannot afford to do.


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