Turkey Chat Tuesdays With the Livestock Conservancy

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November is Turkey Month over at The Livestock Conservancy. They’ve got great content coming out all month on their Facebook page and they want to hear from you!

Tuesdays this month they’re hosting Turkey Chat Tuesdays on Facebook Live. Visit their Facebook page to join the chat and get your questions answered.

August 18 and 25, 2020, at 2 p.m.

Did you know they also did Chicken Chat Tuesdays in August? (And geese will be center stage in December!) Check out the Chicken Chat Tuesday recordings on The Livestock Conservancy YouTube channel.

What is The Livestock Conservancy?

The Livestock Conservancy is a nonprofit organized started in 1977 to “protect endangered livestock and poultry breeds from extinction.”

“The Livestock Conservancy works with farmers and ranchers, chefs, historians, consumers, and others across the nation to protect genetic diversity in agriculture. Just like there are heirloom seeds that need saving, the Conservancy works to protect Heritage breeds – for the security of our agricultural system.”

More about The Livestock Conservancy.

To learn more about The Livestock Conservancy, contact them online.

What’s a Heritage Breed?

“The Livestock Conservancy developed the term “Heritage breed” to help breeders of historic and endangered breeds of livestock market their animals.”

For more information about how they developed the term and to see the official Heritage breed definitions, visit their Heritage Breeds page.


If you have questions about pastured poultry, visit our Pastured Poultry Webinar Series page, or contact an area specialized agent for poultry or your county livestock agent.