Woman Turns Love Of Raising Chickens Into A Livelihood


By Andy Soth | May 6, 2014

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Susan Troller Cosgrove really, really likes chickens. And she operates “Cluck”, Paoli’s one-stop-shop for anything fowl. Whether it’s organic feed or chicken knick-knacks, Susan’s got them – along with an infectious enthusiasm for how her feathered friends are raised in a sustainable way. 

Andy Soth

Andy Soth

Andy Soth is a reporter for the “Wisconsin Life” project who grew up in a neighboring state but now loves Wisconsin because it’s like Minnesota without the smugness. 
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