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Thanks, Greg. That's exactly what I meant. The unchallenged organism atrophies in the long term. So too with divergent evolutionary lines.

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Great summation, Greg.
 
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Timothy Markus wrote:

Brent Jmiller wrote:
Have you considered free-ranging with a chicken tractor?



I think we have different definitions of 'free-ranging'.



I guess my definition includes anything that allows the chickens to freely choose their natural diet outdoors.
However, I believe they call chickens ranging in pastures under mobile pens to keep them from being eaten by predators, "pastured chickens".
my bad

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