Welcome to the 239th episode of Our Hen House, featuring a thoughtful interview with the man behind Germany’s Albert Schweitzer Foundation, Mahi Klosterhalfen[transcript], and a special review by Alessandra Seiter, who is giving us her take on the new book Choosing Raw by Gena Hamshaw.
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