Learn How To Raise Backyard Chickens

Keeping chickens and producing your own eggs can be rewarding, therapeutic and loads of fun.

Learn how to get started during an online Backyard Urban Chicken Program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 9, on Zoom.

Kalan Taylor, an agriculture and natural resources agent for the University of Florida / Volusia County Extension, will discuss chicken breeds, housing, health care, nutrition, manure management and food safety. She will also explain how to find out if your property is approved for chicken farming.


The $10 registration fee includes a certificate and teaching materials. To register, go to https://volusiaurbanchicken-9-9-2020.eventbrite.com. Registrants will receive the Zoom link on Sept. 8.For registration questions, contact Cynthia Rabey at 386-822-5778 or cynthia.rabey@ufl.edu.

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