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Heritage chickens raised under humane conditions are now available for consumers who observe the laws of kashrut.
Jacob Siegel recently experienced a chicken slaughter that utterly transformed the way he looks at meat.
Thousands of chickens designated for the pre-Yom Kippur kapparot ritual died in New York due to unseasonable heat.
Just before Kiddush on Shabbat, we read the passage from the Torah that mandates rest for the entire household. It’s a bit of a tongue twister as it identifies not only the long list of family members and servants, but also the animals in one’s household, who must be allowed to rest on Shabbat.