That's is great! Wish we had something that good here. There is local meat to be had, but at super premium prices. Being close to a big metro area jacks up prices even out here in the country. There is one ranch that does some selling at the farmer's market in Dallas that has reasonable meat prices, but finding the time to drive into the city is a challenge. I hate having to shop at Walmart but otherwise the other option is the store that is cheap but has no selection, or the store that is a lot more expensive than Walmart. Not a lot of good options in the small towns near us that fit both my wallet and my desire for things other than junk food. We don't eat a lot of pre-made food anymore, I'm even making my own pasta most of the time now, so I need a half way decent selection of items to make food from scratch, but that won't kill my budget. We have been discussing hatching more birds this year to try to fulfill our meat consumption without buying from the store. Prior to this, we had simply been hatching and raising for breeding/preservation and just eating culls. But our goal is totally supplying our own meat, so we are going to see how it goes this year with raising more birds specifically to be eaten. I also want to start raising turkeys, but getting the turkeys that I want from a breeder seems to be difficult, since either they don't raise the breed I want, or they don't have NPIP to be able to ship. I may have to just suck it up and order turkeys from a hatchery. Our oldest freezer bit the dust this week so that is a concern for raising more chickens though. I had good results with the chicken that I canned, so I am thinking that I may just start canning the chickens we butcher. Just need to get some more jars. Also finally bought a meat grinder so I can start making my own chicken/turkey burger. And apparently you can can burger as well, so I don't have to have electricity to preserve all this chicken meat I want to raise.