I’m Kate, I’m from Top Hundred Acres and we’re 35 kilometers north of Melbourne. We’re sort of in the heart of the Plenty Valley. So we are a free range farm, we’ve diversified recently so that we have our Chicken Caravan which is a wonderful invention. So we’ve had the chickens for three months, yeah, we got them in September: that’s when our Caravan was delivered. One of the big aims of our farm is we’re wanting to improve the pasture, so the Caravan plays a big part in that, and obviously, you know, we can tow it around, our whole farm and yes, it fertilizes the ground that we tow around the paddock and we have 400 chickens at the moment, that are all free range, their feed doesn’t have any artificial coloring in it, it’s all natural grains. We have some cows as well, that’s the main things we do at the moment, We also grow garlic, so yeah, we have a crop of garlic that we grow annually and it’s all organic, so we don’t use any chemical pesticides. And that’s why the Chicken Caravan is really good, because it can tow it around and fertilize before we plant a new crop. Our chickens in the Caravan they’re never locked up so they are on fresh grass all the time. The Caravan is moved around and obviously the chickens are picking up grubs and eating the grass so it’s making good nutritious eggs. So we have Bradley, is our alpaca and guardian, so he guards all our hens, we also have a solar-powered electric fence so that runs a huge area that we move all the time, and makes sure the foxes are kept out. So we have a large section of the paddock that we basically plow up every year, we plant a crop of garlic, the main varieties we grow are Monaro Purple and Giant Russian. Sometimes we grow Australian white, at the same time, we grow without any use of chemicals so it’s basically organic. It’s hand-weeded and watered directly from our dam using rainwater. Yeah, and harvested by hand and hangs up in our shed.