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  • First-time farmers raise meat the old-fashioned way

    Jeff and Laura Hamons left the suburbs of Kansas City to raise heritage breeds of chickens, pigs and cattle on pastures at their 40-acre farm, Synergistic Acres, an hour south of the metro in Parker, Kan.

Jeff and Laura Hamons left the suburbs of Kansas City to raise heritage breeds of chickens, pigs and cattle on pastures at their 40-acre farm, Synergistic Acres, an hour south of the metro in Parker, Kan. Cindy Hoedel choedel@kcstar.com
Jeff and Laura Hamons left the suburbs of Kansas City to raise heritage breeds of chickens, pigs and cattle on pastures at their 40-acre farm, Synergistic Acres, an hour south of the metro in Parker, Kan. Cindy Hoedel choedel@kcstar.com

For Kansas family taking leap into heritage farming, their story must be as good as their meats

June 18, 2016 1:35 AM