Flock Seminars – Family Flock Nutrition & Management

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9:30 am
9:30 am
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Join Walden Farm & Ranch Supply for our Family Flock Nutrition & Management Seminars during our spring Chick Days! We’re hosting FOUR Chick Seminars in March. New to raising chickens or want to learn the latest in flock management and nutrition? Sign up for one of our FREE Chicken Seminars. We’ll have giveaways and refreshments AND every family receives 2 FREE chicks for attending.  It’s a great time to learn about raising chickens from the experts at Walden Farm & Ranch Supply.

 All seminars start at 9:30 a.m.

  • Family Flock Seminars at Walden Farm & Ranch Supply in Millsap, TexasSaturday, March 7, 2020, @ Walden FRS  Weatherford West
    1450 Mineral Wells Highway, Weatherford, TX 76086, (817) 757-4148
  • Saturday, March 14, 2020, @ Walden FRS Millsap
    201 Fairview Road, Millsap, TX 76066, (940) 682-4667
  • Saturday, March 21, 2020, @ Walden FRS Weatherford South
    2551 South Main Street, Weatherford, TX 76087, (817) 594-0480
  • Saturday, March 28, 2020, @ Walden FRS Mineral Wells
    196 Garrett Morris Pkwy. Mineral Wells, TX 76067, (940)-325-8500


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Throughout the duration of Chick Days, Walden Farm & Ranch Supply will have information available to offer advice and guidance on how to raise chickens from freshly hatched chicks through laying. “We have a knowledgeable staff that can offer advice at all levels of egg production. Whether helping a beginning chick farmer, or someone who has raised poultry for years,” says Larry Walden.

“Raising poultry to sustain a family’s food supply is something that dates back to the beginning of time. We love helping children and adults alike, embark on that adventure,” added Walden. “Chick Days are designed to educate people on how easy it is to raise their own chickens. There’s a sense of pride and self-sufficiency in raising your own food. Children learn responsibility and make a worthwhile contribution to the household by caring for the flock.”

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