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Chicken Chat

Wanna chat backyard chickens, real-time? Then sign up for one of the two classes on backyard chickens I’ll be teaching this February at Asheville Buncombe Technical College.

At $39, the price is right! Plus, it’ll be cold and dreary and gray and what could be better to cheer you up in the winter doldrums than talking about getting started with lively, colorful, clucking, peeking, preening chickens?!

Here’s the skinny:
1) Friday February 4th, 2011, 10:00-12:30 a.m; 224 Haynes Enka Site.
2) Wednesday February 23rd, 2011; 6-8:30 p.m., 101 Asheville Mall.

To come get your chicken on, sign up here!

2 Responses to Chicken Chat

  • Cat K. says:

    I this going to be a beginning “the closest I've come to a chicken is eating one” sort of class? Or do you need to know something about chickens to get something out of it>?

  • cat-you needn't know the first thing about chickens, other than your preference for their “products”, to take this class. it's got the newest of newbies in mind!