Urban homesteaders become chicken farmers.
Review the excitement and challenges of Brad’s first year as a chicken-keeper.
Brad goes to Coop Camp; a weekend workshop for chicken-keepers from across the country.
Brad decides to expand his flock by hatching some eggs from his own chickens.
Brad's chicks move to the brooder where he learns the heavy workload that comes with keeping a hatch healthy and happy.
Brad begins a program called Coops for Troops which provides chickens, coops and supplies for veterans and military families.
Brad invites Rent the Chicken to the farm to learn more about their risk-free program for helping people get started raising backyard chickens.
Brad finishes planting his spring garden prior to leaving for Texas to pick out his last coop big enough for 20 chickens.
Brad visits The Paramount School in Indianapolis for a helpful introduction to milking goats and making cheese.
A rooster expert comes to the farm to offer suggestions on how to rehab Brad's aggressive rooster, Edward.
In the final episode of the season we meet the Trosts, the second Coops for Troops recipients.