The workshop will cover several poultry science related topics such as nutrition, care and management, show techniques, entrepreneurship opportunities and careers.
Explore animal systems and learn about animal health for a broad array of animals species.
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to a gentleman on the other side. When the chicken asked, “What’s your name?” the gentleman replied, “Bond. James Bond. What’s yours?” The chicken responded, “Ken. Chic Ken.”
Seriously, if you’ve ever pondered the question of which came first, the chicken or the egg, you’ll have the chance to try to discover the answer when you participate in a 4-H poultry project. If chickens aren’t your style, you could try turkeys, ducks, geese, pheasants, pigeons or coturnix (Japanese quail).
Come on! Don’t be a chicken! Be a good egg and give it a try!
For more information on how to get involved as a youth or volunteer, contact your county MSU Extension office or:
Katie (VanderKolk) Ockert, 4-H Animal Science Educator
- 2011 Bi State Poultry Clinic Medical-Media Release Form
- 2011 Poultry Palooza Results
- 4-H Animal Project Record for Beginning Members (4H1457)
- 4-H Livestock Record Book for Intermediate and Advanced Members (4H1177)
- 4-H Poultry Fitting & Showmanship Leader’s Guide (4H1521)
- 4-H Poultry Fitting & Showmanship Member’s Guide (4H1520)
- Animal Judges Lists and Permission Forms
- Avian Influenza – Michigan’s Preparation & Response (E2965)
- Michigan 4-H Biological Sciences Project Snapshot (4H1622)
- Michigan 4-H Poultry Project Snapshot (4H1612)
- Poultry Organizations
- Veterinary Science Organizations