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I have mealworms, quail and chickens. I'd like to eventually raise guinea pigs for meat.  
 
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Welcome I am in central NH
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Hello and welcome to permies.

I've been thinking of raising mealworms.  Do you like it?

I've known people to raise guinea pigs for meat.  I understand it's a lot like raising rabbits, but I haven't tried it yet.  
 
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Hi Dove;   Big Welcome to Permies!
So your raising chickens , worms  & quail.
I assume you are eating eggs and the occasional chicken. What are you doing with the worms and quail?

So tell us more about yourself.  What part of the beautiful state of New Hampshire are you living in?
Your state has it all!  Rocky coastlines , towering white mountains,  green forests that turn red and gold in the fall!  
I spent many happy years in central Vermont.   The summer humidity finally drove me west over the rocky's, but New England will always hold a special place in my heart.

Lots of great folks hang out here and there is a forum on just about any subject you might want to know about!
Come back often and stay awhile.... We will leave the light on for you!
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