Millstone Farm Shares Expertise in Raising Backyard Chickens at On-Farm Workshop

Raising Backyard Chickens -An Interactive Workshop at Millstone Farm

With Master Farmer Annie Farrell

An informative workshop that will teach you all you need to know about raising your own backyard chickens

  • Learn how to incubate, brood, and gather eggs in your very own back yard
  • Become familiar with each critical step in caring for your chicks, providing the right environment and nurturing them to lay eggs
  • You will get a resource book teaching you every step of the way as well as Millstone farm expertise
  • Tour the farm and see our state of the art mobile chicken coop
  • Interactive hands-on learning

When: March 12th 2011

1:00 PM to 4:00PM

Where: Millstone Farm – 180 Millstone Road, Wilton CT 06897

Please contact Farah to register at or 203 834 2605

Cost:  $30 payable to Millstone Farm

Discount available for the first 5 spots for non-profit organizations and educators.

Space is limited

About Millstone Farm:

Millstone Farm is a 75-acre property in Wilton, CT. We are a working farm whose mission is to achieve a sustainable and economic farm model. The farm also serves as a hub for education and outreach, where we host workshops and action-learning activities, and partner with farmers, community organizations, school groups, restaurateurs, and others interested in learning about diverse, chemical-free farming. Our practices are geared towards achieving a closed loop system where the farm’s varied parts contribute to the whole working body. Our activities include; organic pasture management, rare breed animal husbandry for eggs, meat, wool, and breeding, bio-intensive vegetable and fruit production, maple syrup harvest, and more. We produce for local restaurants, Wilton’s only family-owned supermarket, and a small CSA. We strive to use best farm practices, encourage their implementation, and promote awareness about their positive impact on local economies, the community, and quality of life.

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