As spring returns to Connecticut, shoppers at Stew Leonard’s, the famed four-store Connecticut-based grocer, begin to ask employees, and post on the retailer’s Facebook page, “When are the animals coming back?” Those are the animals — two cows, two sheep and two goats — that from April through early November inhabit the “Little Farm,” a small fenced-in area adjacent to the original Norwalk, Conn., store that has been duplicated at the Danbury, Conn., and Yonkers, N.Y., locations. (Stew ...

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