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Pete and Jen's Backyard Birds
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Pete and Jen's flock of hens live on lush green pasture in spring, summer and fall in Concord, Massachusetts. Each dozen is a "nest run" and contains a mix of delicious brown eggs. 

Copyright: John Wood
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Resolution: 19692x9846
Chargée: 05/06/2014
Mis à jour: 02/11/2014
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