It's the beginning of the season and Boss Man Joe decides to hold a family meeting to assess the state of Freedom Farms. New titles and new responsibilities are handed out, but one of the Kings isn't on board with the new plan. Meanwhile, Lisa is spending her winter days at the new Sandwich Shop where Joe has tasked her to whip everything and everyone into shape. Will the Kings pull together to start off the season strong or will conflicting agendas cause certain family members to turn rogue?
Pete and Dan must dig up their modeling past to help the farm and the family. But with the sting of Dan's decision to leave the farm still lingering, can these farmers find common ground in New York City? Meanwhile, Sam deals with the aftermath of the harsh winter on his young berry crop. Can Sam impress Tim with his innovation or will Tim rethink his decision to hand over the berry production to his younger brother?
Dan and Sam must work together to bring the Kings' brand of farming to the big city. As these brothers spruce up a barren backyard with Freedom Farms' fresh crops and compost, can they find common ground, or will the weeks away from the farm be too much to overcome? Later, Bitty's on the hunt for a head baker for the Donut Shop. But as she tries to 'fill' this role, will Miss Lisa inject herself too much into the process for Bitty to handle?
As the Kings' crops begin to ripen, Joe needs his younger brothers to come out of the fields to sell all the farm has to offer. With Tim away wheeling and dealing, Joe tries to fill his shoes. And, Bitty convinces her mom that she needs a night out with her boyfriend. Can Lisa let loose long enough to primp for her date night?
The Kings pull out all the stops to celebrate the anniversary of Freedom Farms and America's birthday by planning a colonial-themed sale-a-bration. How will these farmers react to wearing heavy wool costumes in the middle of summer? And, Lisa ropes Dan in to help her fill her nearly empty nest with a newly acquired flock.
After the recent death of a pregnant pig, Pete decides to set up 24-hour 'pig cams' so he can keep constant watch over his remaining brood. Joe loves the idea so much he sets up even more so he can keep track of all of his employees no matter where he is. But as Joe pays more and more attention to the going's on at each location, how will his family members feel about their big brother playing big brother? Plus, Lisa tries her hand at a cooking video, but when Tim steps in to direct, will she keep her cool while the cameras roll?