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Discover more about Heritage Breeds and which ones are considered to be the traditional livestock breeds that were raised by our forefathers. These are the breeds of a bygone era, before industrial agriculture became a mainstream practice. These breeds were carefully selected and bred over time to develop traits that made them well-adapted to the local environment and they thrived under farming practices and cultural conditions that are very different from those found in modern agriculture. Visit HeritageBreeds.org to get involved. This podcast series is brought to you by LivestockConservancy.org.

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Choosing a breed to work with is often the most rewarding and fun part of getting involved with heritage breeds. Linking your own interests, abilities, and facilities with the needs and status of the breed is exciting. Making sure the fit is good all the way around benefits the farmer, the breed, and the future of agriculture. This podcast covers the 7 things to think about before you embark on a project raising heritage breed animals. Visit HeritageBreeds.org to learn more.This podcast series is brought to you by LivestockConservancy.org.

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Today’s guest is John Metzer from Metzer Farms in Gonzales, CA. They are a family owned and operated farm producing the finest ducklings and goslings since 1978.

In fact their birds have been shipped to every state in the nation and other countries such as Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Thailand, Greece, Korea, and the list goes on.

They specialize in waterfowl, hatching 17 breeds of ducks (Pekin, Jumbo Pekin, Mallard, Rouen, Khaki Campbell, Blue Swedish, Black Swedish, Buff, Cayuga, Welsh Harlequin, White Crested, Fawn & White Runner, Black Runner, Blue Runner, Chocolate Runner, Golden 300 Hybrid, and White Layer) and 12 breeds of geese (Embden, Toulouse, White Chinese, Pilgrim, Buff, Tufted Buff, African, Super African, French Toulouse, Large Dewlap Toulouse, Roman Tufted, Tufted Toulouse). We also hatch French Pearl Guineas, Eastern Wild Turkeys and Ringneck Pheasants. http://www.metzerfarms.com/

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