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Young entrepreneur now selling product at local farmers market

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Landon (right) chats with a customer, telling her about the work that goes into raising chickens and running his business.

LOGAN — A young man has turned a hobby into a business and has now expanded into selling his product at a local farmers market.

Landon Grimes, a sixth grader at the Logan-Magnolia School District, has been selling farm fresh eggs at the One Farm farmers market in Logan for about a month now.

"I have been selling eggs a lot faster and better than I thought I would," Grimes said of his success so far.

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Landon started helping his older brother, Wyatt, with the chickens when Wyatt began raising them.

Eventually, Wyatt handed over the business to Landon and he began caring for the between 50 and 55 birds.

This is a daily chore. Not only does he make sure to feed and water them but also checks their feed bunks.

Landon also makes sure there are no chickens that are sick or injured.

Read the rest of this feature story in the April 7 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!

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