GALVESTON — Local chicken farmers Nicole and Mike Graham are truly birds of a feather.

This husband-and-wife duo turned a passion for farm-to-table living into a promising business that custom makes and services backyard chicken coops and provides fresh quail to area restaurants.

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(3) comments

J. Shaffer

I agree wholeheartedly!
Backyard eggs blow store bought eggs right out of the water..... and having owned chickens for a year now, I can say they are easier to care for than a dog!

Steve Fouga

Unfortunately any coop in my yard would violate the 3rd Commandment.

So no home-grown eggs for me.

Lars Faltskog

Well, if I were to start raising chickens, I'm afraid my backyard dog would want to go over to the coop, find a way to get in there, and have his way to some chicken cachatorrie. So, for us it's still the 18-count Kroger medium sized eggs.

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