Bordeaux and Beef and Chicken

Brat Like Me

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I’ve been to Bordeaux many, many times delivering beef.  We deliver grass-fed beef and pastured chicken to Bordeaux.  It is such a beautiful city while I wait for my peeps.  I love hanging out.  So many bridges.  So many people.  Someday, I’m going to walk across that bridge, have a coffee and absorb what the heck is going on with this grande ville.

We found a great spot for delivery ( thanks, Sean ).  Available by train or bus.  Easy access by car.  Wednesday. Pont de Pierre

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On the same Wednesday, Brent delivers to Toulouse.  Now, I’m not competitive … okay so I’m competitive, Toulouse is quick to collect the beef and chickens.  We give Bordeaux a head-start with the mail, but Toulouse is winning at the moment.

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It’s a tight race, but we can spread the word.  With that Bordeaux chess board above, I see our next move.  We’ll…

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worm crazy

I like to check the state of the grass after the cows have left. Here is Emerson-T just after the cows moved on. It’s an ancient lucerne paddock without much lucerne left and the grasses that are moving in aren’t all that strong yet, but they’re filling in the gaps. Short residual grasses after a … Continue reading worm crazy

Chickens with blue feet and white eggs – la bresse-gauloise

We have a few “Bresse” chickens. Well, they’re officially not Bresse chickens because they have to come from Bresse to get that name. They’ve got an official name of “bresse-gauloise” although I’ve never heard anyone use it here. This guy below is called Chanteclairix. They seem nice enough. The hens are friendly, the coqs are … Continue reading Chickens with blue feet and white eggs – la bresse-gauloise