Poultry Flock Talks Series From UPenn Extension

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Five chickens of different breeds standing side by side

Are you looking for help getting started with backyard chickens? We’ve got great resources to help, and we’re sharing an upcoming series from UPenn Extension, too!

When: Thursdays in October (October 1, 6, 15, 22, 29, 2020)
Time: 7–8:30 p.m.
Where: Online
Register: Register online (you’ll need to create an account)

About the Series

from UPenn Extension
Poultry Flock Talks Series is a five-week-long webinar series designed to answer small and backyard poultry management questions about housing, diets, health, welfare, biosecurity, and raising poultry for meat and eggs.

Webinar Topics

  • Creating a home for your poultry flock – heating, lighting, bedding, and ventilation
  • Feeding – Food sources, water, and supplements
  • Health, diseases, and welfare concerns
  • Biosecurity of your flock
  • Improving meat and egg quality