Why Dec 31 is one of our favorite days…

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How to make money writing books online fast and free On the last day of the year, Farmer Jason and our farmer/accountant Jeremy count up all the egg deliveries we did over the past 12 months.

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http://bestff.net/2015/04/ It’s a tip of the beak (so to speak) to our carbon footprint, even as we strive to have some of the lowest food miles out there.

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http://www.waggawoof.com/?miooa=banche-trading-binario-online&870=e9 We should say, we don’t plant the trees ourselves — rather we work with the The Nature Conservancy . They put the needed saplings on public lands.

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And that makes for one happy chicken.