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There's a new viral video of a farmer dancing in his goat barn. After seeing the video like 5 times in my facebook feed, I clicked on the link and was impressed by his deep litter method. Reading the article I find that he owns Permaculture Inn. Go permaculture!




(Here's the article at Huffington Post:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jay-lavery-farmer-barn-dance_us_5877f7f7e4b09281d0e9fd5d?)
 
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He's got the moves! 
 
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He does!

Here's a link to his website: http://www.thepermacultureinn.com. Jay Lavery raises heritage turkeys, chickens, ducks, guinnea fowl, lambs and goats; taps his maple trees; makes cheese,; runs an inn; aaaaaand he's got some nice dance moves. I call that a permaculture success story!
 
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This is AWESOME! I dance in my garden, but god help the person that videos me! Off with their heads!

This definitely give permaculture a good name!
 
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