The Farming season is fast approaching and Joe is full of new ideas. Will the brothers be up to the challenge of Joe's ever-growing goals or will not everyone be returning after the winter off? Is there more freedom found working away from Freedom Farms?
With sales at an all-time low forcing staff members to be cut the Kings get an order that may be too large to fill. Big personalities and big tasks make for big time drama. To escape the chaos Joe and Bitty visit a mushroom farm and get some new ideas for their menu items.
Nothing spells family fun like VACATION. However, it may not be fun for everyone as one King may have to stay behind. Will this ski trip be the break everyone needs or will things snowball into a family feud?
Joe is finally ready to make the move to bring home a herd of cows, so it's on Pete and Dan to get the pastures ready for Joe's cattle. However, Dan gets an offer of a lifetime from his farming idol, Joel Salatin that makes him consider ditching his new livestock responsibilities.
There is trouble down on the farm when a break in at the Freedom Farms Café sets everyone on edge. Meanwhile, Dan is torn between rushing home to help the family and finishing his coveted internship with Joel Salatin.
Who wouldn't want to be King for a week? Possibly Dan after he is made the head of Freedom Farms for one whole week. Will Dan show his brothers he has what it takes or will he learn that the grass is not always greener on the other side?
This is the moment the Kings have been waiting for. The start of Farming season! Tensions are high as the upcoming season depends greatly on the success of the first big transplant and the brothers' ability to put past mistakes behind and pull together for a successful season.
Lisa's at it again as Joe asks her to develop a simple menu for their new kitchen at the home market. But without Joe watching over her back, will Lisa's crazy concoctions be too much for Joe to handle?
Realizing Pete is more valuable closer to home, the partners devise a role-swap sending Dan out to the away markets and keeping Pete near the farm. But Pete may regret his decision to as Lisa decides the market layout is not up to par, leading to some bumped heads and bruised egos.
Freedom Farms and the Pennsylvania contestants of Miss America team up to bring a special event to the King's home market! But will the boys enjoy this event as they're plagued with a series of mishaps with their newly acquired livestock.
Joe, Tim, and Pete hit the golf course to try to entice potential investors, so Lisa takes advantage of the boys' absence by cooking up a great marketing idea. With Bitty's help will she be able to condense her creative cooking into concise recipes, or will her cookbook end up going up in flames?
Joe must admit to his Tim and Pete that he vastly over-estimated his goal for selling CSAs, so when he reveals his idea for another scheme to offset potential losses, will his already maxed-out brothers jump on board? Or will Joe have to devise another way to make it up to his family?
Seeing an opportunity to improve on last year's Freedom Farms calendar, Lisa and Bitty decide THEY should determine how these shoots should be run for maximum customer satisfaction. Will Joe, Tim, Pete, and Dan willingly go along for the ride as they display their "wares" for their adoring public? And when Joe happens upon a "for sale" sign placed in front of their father's failing farm, will he be able to convince his family band together to "buy the farm?"