LifestylesFour-H chicken project has brothers eyeing future profits

Ty Johnson, age 10, wants to be an architect, with some farm activities on the side. His older brother Tell, age 12, is thinking of raising sheep.

For now, however, both Washington County boys are actively involved in the chicken industry and looking down the line when extra eggs might turn into cash.

“You can sell the eggs,” Tell said from his home off of Tenn. Highway 107. More...


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