Backyard Chicken Processing Workshop, June 18

For anyone considering or already raising chickens for meat, the UNH Cooperative Extension is offering a butchering workshop — learn how to kill, de-feather, and process a chicken in a humane and efficient manner. Long-time professional backyard-livestock slaughterer/butcher Victor Huse, and Dot Perkins of the UNH Cooperative Extension will be instructing this hands-on class.

 

Backyard Homesteading Chicken-Butchering Workshop

Place: Chicester, NH

Date: Saturday, June 18, 2001

2 sessions: 8–11am; 1–4 pm;

Cost: $50, preregistration necessary, space is limited

 

$50 covers the cost of one live chicken. Pre-registration and a $35.00 non-refundable deposit is required as space will be strictly limited. The $15 balance is due on the day of the workshop. Checks may be made payable to: UNH Cooperative Extension.

 

Participants should bring a cooler with ice, wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that can get soiled & wet. No children allowed — this is not a workshop for them and we will need your undivided attention.

 

We will have two 3-hour sessions on Saturday, June 18th. The first is from 8am to 11am. The second is 1pm to 4pm. Call in soon as there are only 25 slots per workshop. The farm location and directions will be revealed when you call to register for the workshop — it is in Chichester.

 

Contact: Mary at 603-796-2151 from 8 am to 4 pm, or email at mary.west@unh.edu. Event flyer >

 

Addendum: Please note the workshop date has been changed; the new date is Saturday, June 11th.

One Response to “Backyard Chicken Processing Workshop, June 18”

  1. Have to be plain about kids not on board. Good valuable workshop to promote as more and more folks wonder where their food comes from, what is in it.

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