Sustainable Poultry Network: Slow Poultry – Sustainable Poultry Production
In this workshop you will learn about poultry history. Learn about poultry that fed the mouths of our grandparents, great grandparents and forefathers. How the poultry industry has drastically changed over the last seventy-five years! Learn about industrialized poultry and the transition from traditional, slow growing poultry. We will carefully study what sustainable poultry looks like; birds that can naturally reproduce, be genetically maintained, capable of enjoying outdoor pasture and grow at a normal, slow growth rate! Slow growth means strong skeletal structure, normal organ development, more muscle and texture to the meat, more nutrient and genetic strength with strong immunities. You will also get an overview of standard breeds from around the world.
Cost: $89.00 if paid by Friday, April 10th. AFTER April 10th, the registration increases to $109.00. Registration includes training notes & lunch. Please send checks to Sustainable Poultry Network – 642 Moffitt Hill Road, Old Fort, NC 28762. You can also register on line at www.sustainablepoultrynetwork.com
Workshop times: 9:00am – 5:00pm (registration begins at 8:30am)
Location: Dawnridge Farm 20548 Dawnridge Drive, Grass Valley, CA 95949
For more information please contact Erin Angulo 916.768.3629 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org