Fall Workshops for Backyard Chicken Keepers


REGISTER NOW for Angelic Organics Learning Center’s workshops for keepers of backyard chickens this fall.

1) Basic Backyard Chicken Care

Saturday November 8, 2014, 1:30PM-4:30PM

Irving Park United Methodist Church, 3801 N Keeler Ave. Chicago, IL 60641

Cost: $35 Offered by Angelic Organics Learning Center and taught by Home to Roost Urban Chicken Consultant Jen Murtoff, who calls it “the Cadillac of backyard chicken workshops.”

2) Urban Chicken Health Care

Thursday November 13, 2014, 6PM-8:30PM

Irving Park United Methodist Church, 3801 N Keeler Ave. Chicago, IL 60641

Cost: $35 This is an *advanced workshop* for chicken keepers who are already experienced in basic care, and who want to advance their knowledge and skills. Developed and taught by Home to Roost Urban Chicken Consultant Jen Murtoff, the workshop will cover prevention, basic troubleshooting, and care for common chicken health issues and injuries.

3) Chicken Butchery

Sunday, November 9, 2014,  1PM-4PM

At our rural learning center at Angelic Organics farm in Caledonia, IL (about 90 minutes west of Chicago)

Cost  $65 Although keeping chickens for the purpose of slaughtering for food is not legal within Chicago city limits, you can learn to slaughter a chicken humanely, whether to eat or because it’s ailing or injured.

More info and registration is on our website. There’s a 10% off discount on all of our fall classes at the Farm: use the code “WB2014FALL” during checkout to get your discount. You can see our full list of classes at http://www.learngrowconnect.org/events.

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