March 01, 2015
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Girl with backyard chicken from Grogg’s Green Barn

You don’t have to live on a farm to have your own supply of farm-fresh eggs.

People all over urban and suburban Green Country are raising their own chickens. Looks like fun to us!

If you’re interested in being a backyard chicken farmer, Grogg’s Green Barn has the chickens, information and classes to get you started.

On April 3 from 9am until 5pm, Grogg’s Green Barn will have 40 backyard chickens for sale. First come, first served. No pre-orders, reservations or selections held. Grogg’s received the chicks on February 2 and have been lovingly raising them for you.

For more information on the chicks and Grogg’s class offerings, visit Refer to our News & Notables section for even more details. We extend a big thank-you to the lovely Barry, Birks, Bonds, and Manring families and their adorable backyard chickens.

Feeding backyard chickens
Fresh eggs from backyard chickens
Little boy with chicken
Freshly laid eggs
Discovering a freshly laid egg
Raising backyard chickens
Girl with backyard chicken
Girl with white chicken in backyard
Freshly laid eggs of all colors
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