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St. Martin's Griffin
St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9780312590420304 Pages
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In Home to Roost, Bob Sheasley tells of the intertwined relationship between humans and chickens. He delves into where chickens came from, what their DNA tells us about our kinship, how we've treated our feathered fellow travelers, and the roads we're crossing together. This is a story of agriculture and human migration, of folk medicine and technology, of how we dreamed of the good life, threw it away, and want it back.
With wit and personal insight, Home to Roost examines how our lives can be changed for the better, with something as simple as a backyard coop.
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A path between two garden gates connects Ulisse Aldrovandi and me. Through pasture and woods it winds away into lands where all time and distances have lost meaning.
At one end is Lilyfield Farm, my...