In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, we chat with Hank Will, editor-at-large for MOTHER EARTH NEWS. He covers what you need to know to successfully raise your own gaggle of geese, such as habitat, disposition, and safety, and he also shares his own experience with raising these birds.
Guest: Hank Will
Hank is editor-at-large for Mother Earth News. He also runs Prairie Turnip Farm, a diversified livestock operation, with his wife, Joanne, in Osage County, Kansas. Hank is the former editorial director at Ogden Publications, the former editor-in-chief of GRIT magazine, and is the author and co-author of eight books, including Plowing with Pigs and Other Creative, Low-Budget Homesteading Solution.
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