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A is for animals. There are lots of animals on the farm.
B is for barn. The farmer feeds the animals in the barn.
B is for bull. The big bull stays in the pen. He has grass to eat.
C is for chick. When the yellow chick gets six months old it will lay eggs.
D is for dog. The dog has a doghouse in the backyard.
E is for egg. The girl is collecting eggs in the chicken coop.
F is for farmer and field. The farmer has a fence around his field. He keeps his animals in the field because they need space and food.
G is for goat. The goats are drinking water at the pond. They eat grass in the field.
H is for hen. The hen lays the eggs and when they hatch, she protects the chicks from the fox.
H is for horse and hay. The horse eats the hay. The children like to ride the horse.
I is for incubator. The children are checking the eggs in the incubator. The eggs are going to hatch soon.
J is for jeep. The farmer wears a warm jacket and jeans and drives his jeep to get some food for his animals.
K is for kitten. The children like to play with the kittens in the barn.
L is for land and lake. The lake is for the cows to drink out of and the ducks to swim in. The farmer has lots of land.
M is for milk and cow magnet. The cow swallows the magnet so the bad things that he eats doesn’t hurt him. The cow gives us milk.
N is for nest. The hen makes the nest so the baby chicks can be warm.
O is for orchard. Fruit grows on the trees in the summer in the farmer’s orchard.
P is for pig. The pig is playing in the mud.
Q is for quack. Ducks like to quack a lot in the morning. They like to eat bread that the farmer gives them.
R is for rooster. The rooster is crowing in the morning: “Cock-a- doodle-do!”
R is for rabbit. The rabbit hops in the field and lives under the farmer’s shed.
S is for sheep. The farmer raises lots of sheep and shears them to get wool.
T is for tractor. The farmer has a tractor to make work easier on the farm.
U is for under. A hen keeps her eggs warm in the nest under her feathers. She has just laid one egg today.
V is for vet. The vet takes good care of the sick animals on the farm.
W is for water. The farmer is watering the watermelons in the garden.
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Y is for yolk. The yolk is the food for the baby chick to eat while it is in the egg.
Z is for zipper. The farmer’s wife has a zipper on her warm, yellow coat.
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