Written By: Megan McGaffigan
Sirsa is the epitome of a Montana woman: wild and free. She was born and bred in Bozeman, Montana, (You don't find that too often anymore!) and is a tried-and-true country girl. Rumor has it her mother gave birth to her and her two siblings (on separate occasions, thank goodness!) in a teepee in the dead of a Montana winter on a bear skin rug... but that's a story for another type of blog. Sirsa may seem demure in person, but now that you know all the mysticism of female ferocity surrounding how she came into this world, demure is all a facade. I know her well and she is fierce. Sirsa embodies all that is a Poultry Queen: strong, authentic, beautiful, passionate, and above all, loyal. She showed all these characteristics at her Poultry Queen photo shoot, channeling her inner “Annie Oakley meets Native woman of the ranch” alter ego. During the shoot, I threw Sirsa a wild card that was only fitting for her: a near-30lb Bronze Breasted Tom Turkey, with a turkey bangle of course! (This is Poultry Haus and we are not species discriminate!) We just can’t get enough of Sirsa's empowered persona and her fowl wrangling skills.
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