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We can imagine by now you've likely collected a bountiful harvest from your backyard farm. Perhaps you decided to grow a few new veggies this season, or maybe have some new flock members blessing you and your neighbors with eggs. Whichever the situation, we're here to share some helpful tips and insight to help you walk into this month with a backyard farm that keeps flourishing and growing. 

Chickens & Fireworks
If you have pets, then you may have heard about the stress and anxiety that fireworks may cause. But as a new flock owner, should you be concerned about your bird's wellness this 4th?  As long as you or your neighbors aren't setting off large fireworks near your bird's coop, then we believe you shouldn't have anything to worry about. Live near an area that's known to pop fireworks very close to your backyard? As a round-top coop owner, we suggest installing some storm/snow panels if possible to limit any bright lights that may spook your birds into not laying. For more tips on how to calm your flock during fireworks, give this article by the British Hen Welfare Trust a read! 

Fall Crops are Grown in the Summer
Now is the time to begin planning your Fall garden. We know, we know it's still summer! But germinating seeds LOVE the warmth of a greenhouse, after all, starting now ensures that you have plenty of time to organize and transplant your Fall favorite crops, or even enjoy your summer favorites well into cooler temperatures. For inspiration on what to grow next season, visit this list of 19 cool-weather crops. 

 
Happy Summer Farming!
 
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If you've ordered and raised chicks, then you'll likely know they range for less than $10 for a chick and around $30 for a full-grown hen. But did you know that there is a breed with an upward price of $2,500? Just for one. Scroll to the bottom of our email to find out what makes this chicken so pricey and special!
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Product Feature Spotlight: Duck Coop

Round-Top Duck Coop

Instead of giving your ducks a shallow kiddie pool or...sharing your own pool with your ducks, give them their own little piece of luxury with our duck coop! With an integrated shaded pool and nest box, your ducks will be quacking in celebration this summer! Just read what a few of our happy duck coop owners have to say!
New Video Release: Loft Coop Product Video
Have a new coop on your mind? Enjoy a tour of our latest Round-Top Loft Coop! Learn more about its various features and stunning design in our brand new product video release! Now available to watch on our Youtube channel Roost & Root.
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Meet the Most Expensive Chicken!
The Ayam Cemani chicken breed weighs roughly 4 pounds with a lifespan of 6 to 8 years. Hailing from Indonesia, this chicken is known for its striking all-black appearance, from its comb and tongue to even the inside of its body! Yet funny enough, its eggs are white! This rare, but friendly breed can lay around 80 - 120 eggs per year. If you're really looking to wow your family and friends with a few of these flock members, then we've included a link to a breeder here! 
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