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Politicians check out Mountain View poultry farmIt wasn't until years later that I learned how many thousands of products are invented and the inventions sent in for patenting, but that very few actually come into production and only two percent of those that do actually continue in production for any but an extremely short length of time. I'm proud now to think of my father as a Canadian inventor right along there with Alexander Graham Bell. His product was a success for over 30 years, from the time of its invention until the time of my father's retirement and the closing of the store ...

Webster's Dictionary defines "chickenfeed" as slang for "an insignificant amount of money". All the families we grew up with survived the Depression on an insignificant amount of money. However, I think we are the only family that can truly boast we survived the Dirty Thirties on "chickenfeed", thanks to Dad, and Radium Laying Mash.


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