With a few tweaks, the New England Fleas’ newest farm is poised to be a major success story.
It’s a mix of chicken, pigs, cattle and goats, all kept indoors, all with a strict daily routine of milking, cleaning and cleaning again.
It’s a bit of a feat, but that’s what the New York-based Fleas need to maintain their popularity in New England.
In fact, the team that owns the Flea Farms in Southfield, N.Y., has been making the transition from chicken to goats since they bought the farm in 2006.
Fleas are one of the most popular farms in New York.
They’ve been around for more than a decade, and now, the new owners are hoping to get their new farm going and expand beyond New York state.
With a few big upgrades to their operation, the Fleashabres are aiming to become the biggest goat farm in New Jersey, according to the team.
“We have to take the same approach to our goat that we’ve taken to our chicken,” said Flea founder and CEO Michael Frazier.
The New Jersey-based team also aims to have an annual farm gate for the first time, allowing the animals to roam free.
Flea Farms have been around in Southfields since 2006, and it was there that the team got the idea for the new farm.
It was originally intended to be used as a farm, but the New Jersey farm team found that it was a much more sustainable way to farm animals.
The team plans to hire two full-time employees to maintain the farm, and will eventually grow the herd to be around 20-25 goats.
The team will also add a new barn, a water tank and an artificial sun garden.
“It’s going to be our first time doing a farm gate, but we’ve had it done before in California, and we know what works,” Frazie said.
The farm will also include a large, outdoor chicken enclosure, and the team hopes to build a farm shed.
“Our goal is to build the largest and most beautiful chicken farm we’ve ever had in New Brunswick,” Fazier said.