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Over the past year, my coop has evolved with the seasons. During the first year I quickly learned what might have worked for the summer didn’t work well for the winter. Because my coop and pen areas are in 3 parts it allows me plenty of flexibility. The coop is for sleeping & egg laying, […]Read more »
by Jennifer Burcke Last Saturday, we woke up to temperatures in the low 30s. We worried if our sour cherry trees and the early season plants in our garden would survive. We were relieved when the temperature rebounded the next day to the 70s and a brief survey of the farm proved that our plants […]Read more »