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Raising Amazing Chicks: The First Seven Days

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Raising Amazing Chicks: The First Seven Days

Time: March 25, 2019 from 7pm to 9:30pm
Location: Grey Ag Services, Lower level of Grey Gables, rear entrance
Street: 206 Toronto Street South
City/Town: Markdale
Website or Map: http://www.greyagservices.ca
Phone: 5199863756
Event Type: evening, course
Organized By: Grey Ag Services
Latest Activity: Jan 21, 2019

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Event Description

This course is co-sponsored by Grey Ag Services and Jones Feed Mills Ltd.  The facilitator for this course is Dr Scott Gillingham. Dr Scott has traveled the globe teaching farmers and corporations how to solve the biggest challenges of the world’s fastest growing source of protein. Dr. Scott created iChicken to bring his vast experience of both commercial farming and personal farm to fork living to Backyard Farmers everywhere. The first seven days of a chick’s life can make or break your chicken raising success! Whether you’ve raised a dozen small flocks of poultry or you’re just getting started with your first, you will yield far better results when you fully understand the importance of the first seven days of a chick’s life. These first seven days are a critical neonate stage when the smallest mistake can have catastrophic results. This is the focus of the book, and this course.  All participants will receive this book, courtesy of Jones Feed Mills Ltd. Do not miss this opportunity to gain from Dr. Scott’s expertise!!  Sponsored by Jones Feed Mills Ltd.   

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - please see attached course poster or www.greyagservices.ca

$15.00 per person

Pre-Register By: Wed. Mar. 20th, 2019

 

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