Practical Poultry Production Webinar–November 11, 2010 at 7 p.m.
with Michael Darre of University of Connecticut, coordinated by the UVM Extension New Farmer Project
If you’re thinking of adding chickens to your farming operations for eggs or meat, join Michael Darre, Professor & Extension Poultry Specialist, at the University of Connecticut, for an intro to all things chicken. Topics covered will include: Choosing the right type, breed and numbers; Housing and environmental concerns for small flocks; Health and disease management of small flocks; and General concepts of nutrition and feeding. Dr. Darre is the lead Extension poultry specialist for the all of New England. He obtained his B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Illinois in 1975, where he went on to obtain an M.S. in Animal Physiology in 1977 and a Ph.D. in Environmental Animal Physiology in 1981. He organizes and runs the the New England-New York Biosecurity and Poultry Pest Management Conference. Much of his time is also devoted to providing information and help to the small part-time/backyard poultry producers.
Newcomers to online learning are welcome. All you need to participate is internet access and a computer that you can hear sound through.
To participate, please go to http://tinyurl.com/PoultryWebinarUVMNewFarmer at about 6:45 pm Eastern time on November 11, 2010. For more information, contact email@example.com or call 802-223-2389×203. If you require accommodations to participate in this program, please let Mary Peabody know by November 4 at 802-223-2389 or 1-866-860-1382 (toll-free in Vt.) or firstname.lastname@example.org so we may assist you.
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