Hands-on Thanksgiving: Pick your bird


BERTHOUD, Colo. (KUSA) – For a lot of us, Thanksgiving is all about food, family, and relaxing, but for the Ramey family in Berthoud, Colorado there’s no relaxation in sight.

“This is our biggest weekend of the year for sure,” Kristin Ramey said, who owns Long Shadow Farm with her husband Larry. “It’s backbreaking, but after this we get to sleep.”

Kristin and Larry Ramey raise turkeys, ducks, chickens, sheep and the occasional cow on Long Shadow Farm.

The Rameys are not farmers by trade. Kristin is a mechanical engineer and Larry a software engineer. But they said they both believe in a model of farming that is small, easy on the animals, and easy on the land.

“We’re doing this because we believe in it,” Larry said. “The more people find out where their food comes from, the more I think folks will want to spend a little extra money to buy from a farmer that’s in the area.”

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