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Goose Chase
Tue Dec 18, 2012 02:40 PM CST

The residents of Sioux Falls, S.D., have a special treat at their city farmers’ market around the holidays. Not only can they buy a Christmas goose or turkey direct from the farmers who raise them, but they can fluff up their beds with some homegrown goosedown.

It’s as easy as paying a visit to the Goose Mobile, a 26-foot trailer complete with eight freezers that offers up poultry, as well as beef, pork and lamb. The brainchild of third-generation farmers Tom and Ruth Neuberger, this is one small piece of a niche marketing scheme the ...

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