Whatcom Pastured Poultry

01/17/19 - 06:00 pm


Poultry Workshop

Thursday,  January 17th
Whatcom County Civic Center
322 N Commercial St, Bellingham, WA 98225

Pastured chickens are allowed to roam in large areas containing grasses or other forage plants. This is similar to systems commonly used for cattle and sheep. In fact, many producers will have their poultry flocks follow a cattle herd; the grazing cattle will keep the grasses short enough so that the smaller chickens can more easily move around.

What questions do you have about poultry?
Join us for our next FREE Farm Speaker Series event on January 17th from 6-8 PM.
Visit with poultry processing experts and a panel of local commercial pastured poultry producers. Come learn of resources and information relevant to any size flock. Topics will include flock health & nutrition, marketing practices, and best management practices. The event is hosted by Whatcom Conservation District, Skagit Conservation District, with sponsorship from Scratch and Peck Feeds. 

RSVP (encouraged): 
Corina Cheever at ccheever@whatcomcd.org or 
360-526-2381 ext. 104

For a list of future workshops, visit our Farm Speaker Series page. 

Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2087676087945255/


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