In March 2018, Hayley Urman Segal and her husband Peter Grano finally followed their dream to live on a small, self-sustaining farm. They moved with their two boys to a small farm off of state Highway 202 in Olney. In April of the same year, Urman Segal bought their first chickens for farm fresh eggs. Now, a year and a half later, Urban Segal has around two flocks, totaling 140 chickens, and brings hundreds of fresh eggs every week to Egg Day — a market hosted by  the North Coast Food Web. Every week, she sells out in minutes.

Hailey Hoffman is a visual journalist for The Astorian. Contact her at 971-704-1725 or hhoffman@dailyastorian.com

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