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Wyebrook: Ex-bond trader's Chesco butcher shop opens

Dean Carlson's weekend market features beef, pork, chicken fed on Brandywine grass and acorns

Wyebrook: Ex-bond trader's Chesco butcher shop opens

Rich man's hardworking hobby, or a back-to-the-future sample of where our meat supply will come from?

The new weekend market at former Susquehanna International Group convertible-bonds chief Dean Carlson's half-square-mile "sustainable" beef, pork and chicken farm opens near Honey Brook, Chester County, 9 a.m. Saturday.

Read more in my column from last Sunday's Inquirer here, and at

Joseph N. DiStefano
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