By Nicholas Harris
Horses! geese! Cows! do you want to work out what occurs in the course of a 12 months at a farm? Then come spend the following three hundred and sixty five days at this farm. try out 8 action-packed scenes for a bird's-eye view of spring planting, a summer time pageant, and an autumn harvest. glance out for an escaped cow and a shock touchdown through a sizzling air balloon. maintain your eye at the calendar too. by way of spending a complete 12 months at a farm, you could watch occasions spread because the seasons switch.
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