Home Flock Series – Online Workshop

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During this time of traveling less and not having group meetings/workshops, there is an opportunity for you to learn some basic poultry information from the comforts of your home. And the classes are FREE!

The class for April 8, 2020, is full. Please see the PDF for more information.

Poultry Workshop Online

It is being organized by Sara Drake, Agent in Davidson County, Lauren Greene, the Area Poultry Agent and agents in surrounding counties. Many of these sessions will be aimed at basic backyard flock management. Those who are wanting to start out raising chickens or just want to brush up on your knowledge will find this series helpful.
I have attached the information flier with all the information to register and yes you must register to participate. Please share this information with friends and neighbors who are interested in learning more about having a backyard flock.
Contact Phil Rucker at Phil_Rucker@ncsu.edu or 336-753-6100  if you have problems downloading the links or need additional information.