The following article was originally published on July 19, 2017 and is republished with permission.
Happy Day Farm is a family farm in the heart of New York City.
Owner and husband, Joel Rosenbaum, has been farming since 1988.
He is a member of the New York State Farm Sanctuary and an ambassador for the American Federation of Humane Farming Associations.
Happy Days farm is located in the village of East Jerusalem, close to the Israel-Palestine border.
Happy has a collection of rare berry bushes and fruit trees, which are grown at the farm.
It is the first of three farms in the area, located in East Jerusalem.
In addition to the berry trees, Happy is the only farm that grows tomatoes, apples, cherries, cranberries, and grapes.
It has a small vegetable garden, a greenhouse with a small greenhouse and a wine cellar.
Happy’s owners have been trying to preserve and restore the traditional farming way for decades.
They also plan to open a small dairy, a bakery, and a bakery.
Happy plans to open up the entire farm in 2018.
“The farm is very close to a hospital and many of the patients here are in critical condition, but we also have a large population of Jewish immigrants who come to the farm for holidays and vacations,” Rosenbaum said.
“They are very grateful to be able to enjoy this beautiful, historic farm,” he said.
Happy is located just outside of the city, about a ten minute drive from the airport.
The farm has been open since 1989.
The family started on Happy Day because they thought it was a nice place to have a small farm for their children to grow vegetables and fruit.
They have a total of three children, ages 7 to 11.
Rosenbaum says he and his wife are fortunate to have this farm because they can’t afford to have more expensive farming.
“There is a lot of money in the world, but it is not for everyone,” Rosenba said.