An army of chickens follows a 2-year-old girl wherever she goes. The little human and her hens all live free-range on a farm in Freeport, Ohio, where they roll deep. And though the young farmer is an old hand at chickens, many people took advantage of the coronavirus lockdown to start raising the birds for their own home-farms. Traci Torres is CEO of My Pet Chicken, which sells baby chicks. She said her business was booming.