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Unity Farm Journal - Second Week of October 2016

Despite my international travels this week and next, the farm waits for no one. 150 creatures need food and warmth. The buildings and infrastructure need tending. The vegetables and fruits need harvesting. Between Denmark and China, I returned to Boston for day to ensure everyone was healthy and happy.The temperatures dipped to 31F and I tucked the pigs into their quilts, shut the barn door, and let the panel heaters raise the temperature of their pig palace by 10 degrees F.
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