Neiman Marcus, the upscale department store, is selling a $100,000 "mini-farm" that can accommodate 10 chickens. The $100,000 price tag includes an on-site consultation with the designers and a selection of ten hen breeds based on your needs.
I find the coop furnishings a bit egg-cessive, but at least Neiman Marcus makes a $3,000 donation to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy when you buy a mini-farm.
At $100,000 you think they would throw in a BriteTap waterer. If you think they should, like the post or leave a comment.
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