Chickens waited for Espoir Kambale to drop some bread through the fencing of their coop at Berries on Bryan Station. The farm, visited by about 60 third-graders from Ashland Elementary School on Friday, has about 20 free-range chickens that each lay an egg a day.
Chickens waited for Espoir Kambale to drop some bread through the fencing of their coop at Berries on Bryan Station. The farm, visited by about 60 third-graders from Ashland Elementary School on Friday, has about 20 free-range chickens that each lay an egg a day.
Chickens waited for Espoir Kambale to drop some bread through the fencing of their coop at Berries on Bryan Station. The farm, visited by about 60 third-graders from Ashland Elementary School on Friday, has about 20 free-range chickens that each lay an egg a day.

For Earth Day, students from Ashland Elementary fed the chickens

April 23, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED April 23, 2011 07:17 AM

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