Small-Scale Poultry Processing

Sat, October 21 | 9:00am - 1:00pm
Whether you have a small farm, homestead, or have backyard chickens, you will learn how to successfully raise and process your own meat chickens in this hands-on workshop. Using the same rental equipment available through the Conservation District, learn to set it up, clean it when done, and everything in between. This includes scalding, plucking, gutting/cleaning, as well as shrink packing your meat. You will leave with one fully processed, non GMO, corn, and soy free bird. Class size is limited to 6 people so that everyone can participate.

Kaisha Hamilton of Helianthus Acres has over 10 years of small livestock raising and processing experience in both professional and homestead settings. She has processed rabbits, chickens, turkeys, goats, and sheep within Whatcom and Skagit counties for many backyard farmers and is excited to offer an educational setting for people to bring their own meat to their tables.

 

*Please note that this event takes place at Helianthus Acres, located at 1424 W. Axton Rd. in Ferndale.

Small-Scale Poultry Processing


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