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Small farm isn't eggs-actly easy

Free-range poultry raiser works hard to scratch out a living

By Nathan Owens

This article was published July 16, 2017 at 2:12 a.m.

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Kim Kapity holds a Barnevelder chicken at her Sycamore Valley Farm in Lincoln on Thursday.

Geese have room to roam at Sycamore Valley Farm in Lincoln, where owner Kim Kapity also raises chickens and ducks.

Horses stand in the shade Thursday at Sycamore Valley Farm, about 20 miles southwest of Fayetteville.

Saturday mornings find Kim Kapity patiently waiting at the Fayetteville Farmers Market -- wearing sunglasses, a bandanna, a name tag on a rolled-up-sleeves, button-down shirt, and sweating in the summer heat.

Geese have room to roam at Sycamore Valley Farm in Lincoln, where owner Kim Kapity also raises chickens and ducks.

Horses stand in the shade Thursday at Sycamore Valley Farm, about 20 miles southwest of Fayetteville.

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