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Raising & Keeping Chickens 101

When:
January 17, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
2019-01-17T19:30:00-05:00
2019-01-17T21:00:00-05:00
Where:
Wayland Library
5 Concord Rd Wayland MA
Raising & Keeping Chickens 101 @ Wayland Library

Lisa Bougoulas of the Chelmsford Agway will lead this how-to seminar on Raising Chickens. Come learn what supplies you need, what to expect, what kinds of different breeds of chickens are available and where to buy them in the Spring.

She’ll also include information on local laws and licenses regarding chicken keeping.

If you’ve been thinking about raising chickens, don’t miss this program!

 

About Lisa: Lisa Bougoulas and her husband Manny purchased the Chelmsford Agway in March 2010. Due to customer interest, she had set up a free seminar “Intro to Chicken-Keeping” at the store. The seminar was a big hit and Lisa realized that backyard chicken-keeping was definitely something that she would enjoy. In the Spring of 2011 after a lot of research on the different breeds of chickens, she came home with five chickens. She quickly succumbed to a phenomenon known as ‘chicken math’ and somehow ended up with eleven chickens. She has been ordering the chickens at Chelmsford Agway for the past eight years and through her own flock and talking with customers, she has gained a wealth of information about how to raise a happy and healthy flock. She has thoroughly enjoyed her chickens these past seven years, and loves to talk about chickens to anyone that comes into the store. 

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