Beth Senn is an elementary school teacher by day but come late afternoon she takes care of her number one hobby.
Beth from Archer says that keeping her animals warm in these low temperatures takes some effort.
For Beth keeping the chicken coop covered in plastic covering is important. The hens don't lay eggs in such cold weather-- their bodies are busy growing feathers for protection against the cold. For more on this story please see video:
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