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Episode 42

Keeping Geese with Hostile Valley Living

by | Feb 12, 2021 | Featured, Interviews

From Meyer Hatchery it’s The Coop – where we talk all things poultry in hopes of inspiring crazy chicken keepers and educating future flock owners. I’m your host Kendra and on the show today we’re talking to a gosling advocate and author who you may recognize from Instagram where she showcases restoring her 200-year-old farm while raising a flock of 17 geese in addition to chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, and sheep. 

Here to share her best advice is Kirsten Lie-Nielsen of Hostile Valley Living. Located in rural Maine, Kirsten has been raising geese and enjoying their query personalities and practicality in her sustainable permaculture practices for years. For a poultry type with many misconceptions, how does one become intrigued to raise such a large flock of them?

Hosts & Guests

Kendra
From Meyer Hatchery

Kirsten Lie-Nielsen
Hostile Valley Living

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 Resources

A Guide to Geese & Goslings Online Class February 20, 2021, Hosted by Kirsten from Hostile Valley Living – $10

Hostile Valley Living Instagram

Hostile Valley Living Blog

The Modern Homesteaders Guide To Keeping Geese – Kirsten’s Book

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