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Workshop: Raising Poultry for Profit and Pleasure

 
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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION


Instructor: Jim Adkins, founder of the Sustainable Poultry Network, has a passion for poultry and people that shows in his business. He is an internationally renowned poultry judge who has traveled the world since he created the International Center for Poultry in 1992!

Jim started his poultry interest in 4-H in the southwestern portion of Washington State. Since that time, Jim has raised over fifty breeds and varieties of standard bred poultry including chickens, ducks, geese & turkeys.


Workshop participants learn how to;
*Identify true heritage poultry
*Optimize your facility, feed, and forage
*Select heritage poultry for production
*Standard poultry best breeding practices
*Plan for success -- budgeting and marketing your sustainable poultry


Location:
Tourmaline Farms & Feed, Deary, Idaho

Date/Time:
5 June 2014 from 9 am - 4 pm


Learn More & Register at:

www.tourmalinefarms.com
or call 208 877-1700.
 
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