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Backyard Chickens Course

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Backyard Chickens Course

Time: March 24, 2018 from 8am to 12:30pm
Location: Kay House
Street: 483 Arkell Road
City/Town: Puslinch
Website or Map: http://www.poultryindustrycou…
Phone: 5198370284
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Casey Riddle
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2018

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Event Description

As people are becoming more interested in where their food comes from, the trend of raising back yard chickens is growing. Guelph approves the growing of chickens however many growers have questions about welfare, environment, winter management, manure management and health of their birds. The Poultry Industry Council’s course will help address some of these questions, as well as covering the basics of chick care, egg quality, feed and nutrition and disease management.

Join us at our next workshop on Saturday, March 24th 2018 from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm at the Kay House in Guelph (483 Arkell Road). The session will be taught by Al Dam, OMAFRA Provincial Poultry Specialist and Dr. Mike Petrik, Technical Poultry Veterinarian and Animal Welfare Expert. The course is $95 per person (lunch included), participation is limited to 20 individuals and pre-registration is required.

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