Webinars

FACT offers free webinars on a variety of topics relevant to humane animal production. Join us for an upcoming session or peruse our archive to access all of our previously recorded presentations.

Upcoming WEbinars

  January 7, 2019 :   Predator Protection for Poultry     6pm EST  Join us to learn practical strategies for protecting your flock from predators such as raccoons, foxes, and birds of prey. Nonlethal methods for prevention and protection will be discussed. Our presenter is Jan Dohner, author of  The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators .   Register

January 7, 2019: Predator Protection for Poultry 6pm EST

Join us to learn practical strategies for protecting your flock from predators such as raccoons, foxes, and birds of prey. Nonlethal methods for prevention and protection will be discussed. Our presenter is Jan Dohner, author of The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators. Register

  January 14, 2019 :   Predator Protection of Livestock     6pm EST  Learn how to keep your cattle, goats, and sheep safe from predators such as coyotes, roaming dogs and birds of prey. This webinar will help you identify threats through tracks, scat, and the damage they leave behind. Our presenter is Jan Dohner, author of  The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators .   Register

January 14, 2019: Predator Protection of Livestock 6pm EST

Learn how to keep your cattle, goats, and sheep safe from predators such as coyotes, roaming dogs and birds of prey. This webinar will help you identify threats through tracks, scat, and the damage they leave behind. Our presenter is Jan Dohner, author of The Encyclopedia of Animal Predators. Register

  January 23, 2019:    Creative Leasing for Livestock Farmers     (6:30pm EST)  This webinar will delve into creative leases and the types of creative leasing arrangements that livestock farmers can explore. It will also cover resources and tips for livestock farmers working with lawyers around leases. Our presenter is Esther Akwii from the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) at Vermont Law School.   Register

January 23, 2019: Creative Leasing for Livestock Farmers (6:30pm EST)

This webinar will delve into creative leases and the types of creative leasing arrangements that livestock farmers can explore. It will also cover resources and tips for livestock farmers working with lawyers around leases. Our presenter is Esther Akwii from the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) at Vermont Law School. Register

  January 29:    Sheep Shearing - The New Zealand method   (5pm EST)  The New Zealand method is an efficient and low-stress way to shear sheep. Join us to learn an overview of the technique, the tools, and the importance of shearing in the humane treatment of fiber bearing animals. Our presenter, Amber Van Hove, is the owner of Barnhart Fields Farm in Washington State. Amber is a certified national sheep shearer.   Register

January 29: Sheep Shearing - The New Zealand method (5pm EST)

The New Zealand method is an efficient and low-stress way to shear sheep. Join us to learn an overview of the technique, the tools, and the importance of shearing in the humane treatment of fiber bearing animals. Our presenter, Amber Van Hove, is the owner of Barnhart Fields Farm in Washington State. Amber is a certified national sheep shearer. Register

  February 12:    Part 1: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats     (2pm EST)  Part 1 of a 3 part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will discuss the seriousness of parasites, the parasite life cycle, parasite effects and symptoms, and general vocabulary for the discussion. Our presenter is Linda Coffey, Program Specialist with NCAT/ATTRA.   Register

February 12: Part 1: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats (2pm EST)

Part 1 of a 3 part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will discuss the seriousness of parasites, the parasite life cycle, parasite effects and symptoms, and general vocabulary for the discussion. Our presenter is Linda Coffey, Program Specialist with NCAT/ATTRA. Register

  February 19:    Part 2: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats     (2pm EST)  Part 2 of a 3 part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will discuss ways to prevent parasites including organic principles for encouraging animal health, animal selection, evasive grazing, strategic deworming, and quarantine of new purchases. Our presenter is Linda Coffeywith NCAT/ATTRA.   Register

February 19: Part 2: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats (2pm EST)

Part 2 of a 3 part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will discuss ways to prevent parasites including organic principles for encouraging animal health, animal selection, evasive grazing, strategic deworming, and quarantine of new purchases. Our presenter is Linda Coffeywith NCAT/ATTRA. Register

  February 26:    Part 3: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goat   s  (2pm EST)  This is part three of a three part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will cover treatment protocols and strategies, and will tie together all of the strategies that were discussed throughout the webinar series. Our presenter is Linda Coffey, Program Specialist with NCAT/ATTRA.   Register

February 26: Part 3: Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats (2pm EST)

This is part three of a three part series exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will cover treatment protocols and strategies, and will tie together all of the strategies that were discussed throughout the webinar series. Our presenter is Linda Coffey, Program Specialist with NCAT/ATTRA. Register

  March 6:    Setting the Course - Making A Living at What You Love to Do     (2pm EST)  Join us to walk through an assessment of how to determine the true resources you have in your life, and how to turn them into assets to sustain your dream of earning a living at what you love to do. Our presenter is Annie Warmke is a social entrepreneur, mentor, and founder/farmer at Blue Rock Station.   Register

March 6: Setting the Course - Making A Living at What You Love to Do (2pm EST)

Join us to walk through an assessment of how to determine the true resources you have in your life, and how to turn them into assets to sustain your dream of earning a living at what you love to do. Our presenter is Annie Warmke is a social entrepreneur, mentor, and founder/farmer at Blue Rock Station. Register


Archive

You can watch the video or download the slides from our previously recorded webinars on farmer funding, marketing and business, pasture-based systems, and poultry production.  Suggest a webinar topic or a speaker. 


Farmer Funding and policy

   Get Your Farm Funded – Tips for Applying to Grants  , May 9, 2017  Learn about the types of funding available for farmers and gain pointers for crafting a successful proposal. FACT’s Larissa McKenna provides practical advice for farmers navigating the grant application process (based on FACT’s   Get Your Farm Funded Guide   .)     Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Get Your Farm Funded – Tips for Applying to Grants, May 9, 2017

Learn about the types of funding available for farmers and gain pointers for crafting a successful proposal. FACT’s Larissa McKenna provides practical advice for farmers navigating the grant application process (based on FACT’s Get Your Farm Funded Guide.)

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   Farm Bill 101 for Livestock Farmers & Ranchers   ,  February 27, 2018  Alyssa Charney, Policy Specialist with  NSAC,  discusses issues being considered as part of the 2018 Farm Bill that will impact livestock and poultry producers for the next 4 to 5 years. Learn about federal farm policy - and how to advocate for legislation that benefits sustainable farmers.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Farm Bill 101 for Livestock Farmers & Ranchers, February 27, 2018

Alyssa Charney, Policy Specialist with NSAC, discusses issues being considered as part of the 2018 Farm Bill that will impact livestock and poultry producers for the next 4 to 5 years. Learn about federal farm policy - and how to advocate for legislation that benefits sustainable farmers.

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   Federal Funding and Financing for Farmers  , May 23, 2017  Provides an overview of the USDA loan, grant, cost-share, conservation, and insurance programs that are available to sustainable farmers. NSAC’s Ferd Hoefner discusses the many programs offered by the USDA that help farmers succeed, including those described in NSAC’s report,   Growing Opportunity: A Guide to USDA Sustainable Farming Programs   .     Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Federal Funding and Financing for Farmers, May 23, 2017

Provides an overview of the USDA loan, grant, cost-share, conservation, and insurance programs that are available to sustainable farmers. NSAC’s Ferd Hoefner discusses the many programs offered by the USDA that help farmers succeed, including those described in NSAC’s report, Growing Opportunity: A Guide to USDA Sustainable Farming Programs.

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Marketing and Business

   Direct Marketing Meat: The Logistics of Meat Processing  , December 11, 2018  Join Rebecca Thistlethwaite of the   Niche Meat Processor Assistance Network   to discusses how to get your animals processed into sellable meat for different market channels, including how to prepare your animals for slaughter and the various regulations involved.   Watch Recording     or     Download slides

Direct Marketing Meat: The Logistics of Meat Processing, December 11, 2018

Join Rebecca Thistlethwaite of the Niche Meat Processor Assistance Network to discusses how to get your animals processed into sellable meat for different market channels, including how to prepare your animals for slaughter and the various regulations involved. Watch Recording or Download slides

   Tax Tips for Farmers  , November 28, 2018  Are you wondering how the new tax law will impact your farm's taxes? Watch this webinar to learn about the updated tax code, including what it means for depreciation, capital purchases, and other deductions. Our presenter is Tina Salandra, CPA, Principal at Numerical ,  a tax firm based in New York.    Watch Recording     or   Download Slides

Tax Tips for Farmers, November 28, 2018

Are you wondering how the new tax law will impact your farm's taxes? Watch this webinar to learn about the updated tax code, including what it means for depreciation, capital purchases, and other deductions. Our presenter is Tina Salandra, CPA, Principal at Numerical, a tax firm based in New York.

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   Land Access for Livestock Farmers   ,  May 2, 2018  Whether you are a new, beginning or established farmer, this webinar will help you navigate the issues around accessing farmland or a farm property. Jason Silverman with Land For Good will discuss land tenure arrangements, as well as provide tips for finding and assessing land.    Watch Recording     or     Download Slides

Land Access for Livestock Farmers, May 2, 2018

Whether you are a new, beginning or established farmer, this webinar will help you navigate the issues around accessing farmland or a farm property. Jason Silverman with Land For Good will discuss land tenure arrangements, as well as provide tips for finding and assessing land.

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   How to Plan, Promote & Host a Pasture Walk   ,  January 10, 2018  Have you ever thought about holding an educational event on your farm but not know quite where to start? Kirsten Jurcek, Grazing Educator and owner of Brattset Family Farm, will share tips and tools to help you pull off a successful program.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

How to Plan, Promote & Host a Pasture Walk, January 10, 2018

Have you ever thought about holding an educational event on your farm but not know quite where to start? Kirsten Jurcek, Grazing Educator and owner of Brattset Family Farm, will share tips and tools to help you pull off a successful program.

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   Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Business Trends and Strategies  , June 5, 2017  Enhance your farm’s CSA program. Learn innovative approaches to make your program a better experience for your customers and more profitable for you. Timothy Woods from the University of Kentucky and Debra Tropp from the USDA present findings from their new report,    Community Supported Agriculture: New Models for Changing Markets .      Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Business Trends and Strategies, June 5, 2017

Enhance your farm’s CSA program. Learn innovative approaches to make your program a better experience for your customers and more profitable for you. Timothy Woods from the University of Kentucky and Debra Tropp from the USDA present findings from their new report, Community Supported Agriculture: New Models for Changing Markets.

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   Understanding Farm Animal Welfare Certification ,  February 2, 2017  Presenters from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Vermont Law School’s Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) discuss Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Humane, and Global Animal Partnership. CAFS and the ASPCA speak to the growing market for welfare-certified products, walk participants through the overall process of becoming welfare-certified, and discuss funding options available to farmers interested in certification.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Understanding Farm Animal Welfare Certification, February 2, 2017

Presenters from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) and Vermont Law School’s Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) discuss Animal Welfare Approved, Certified Humane, and Global Animal Partnership. CAFS and the ASPCA speak to the growing market for welfare-certified products, walk participants through the overall process of becoming welfare-certified, and discuss funding options available to farmers interested in certification.

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   Tips of the Trade: Creative Marketing for Humane Farms ,  March 8, 2016  If you have ever wanted to learn new & innovative ways to market the products your farm produces, this is the webinar for you! The two presenters Holly Browder of   Browder’s Birds Pastured Poultry   and Geoff McPherson of   Good Life Ranch   will cover their farms’ approaches to marketing and what has been most successful for their operations, and field marketing questions from the audience.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Tips of the Trade: Creative Marketing for Humane Farms, March 8, 2016

If you have ever wanted to learn new & innovative ways to market the products your farm produces, this is the webinar for you! The two presenters Holly Browder of Browder’s Birds Pastured Poultry and Geoff McPherson of Good Life Ranch will cover their farms’ approaches to marketing and what has been most successful for their operations, and field marketing questions from the audience.

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   Operating a Meat Community Supported Agriculture (CSA   ),  February 27, 2017  Do you have questions about running a meat or egg CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program? This webinar features two past Fund-a-Farmer grantees: James Bourne of   The Lambs Quarter     and Holly Browder of   Browder’s Birds Pastured Poultry  . Both farmers have years of experience and offer practical advice on starting and operating a successful CSA program.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Operating a Meat Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), February 27, 2017

Do you have questions about running a meat or egg CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program? This webinar features two past Fund-a-Farmer grantees: James Bourne of The Lambs Quarter and Holly Browder of Browder’s Birds Pastured Poultry. Both farmers have years of experience and offer practical advice on starting and operating a successful CSA program.

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Pasture-Based Systems

   Troubleshooting Livestock Guardian Dog Behaviors   (Part 3 of 3 - November 15, 2018)  Presenter Jan Dohner, author of  Livestock Guardians , will cover the adolescent behavior problems commonly exhibited by livestock guardian dogs, including tips for observing and identifying the good and bad physical signs and signals, and guidance for poultry guarding.   Watch Recording     or     Download Slides

Troubleshooting Livestock Guardian Dog Behaviors (Part 3 of 3 - November 15, 2018)

Presenter Jan Dohner, author of Livestock Guardians, will cover the adolescent behavior problems commonly exhibited by livestock guardian dogs, including tips for observing and identifying the good and bad physical signs and signals, and guidance for poultry guarding. Watch Recording or Download Slides

   Livestock Guardian Animal Overview - Llamas, Donkeys and Dogs   (Part 1 of 3 - October 18, 2018)  Presenter Jan Dohner, author of  Livestock Guardians , discusses the fundamentals of using guardian animals, including llamas, donkeys and dogs, to protect your animals on pasture. She will address the pros and cons of using each type of guardian animal, how to choose the right animal for your farm, basic care and much more.   Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Livestock Guardian Animal Overview - Llamas, Donkeys and Dogs (Part 1 of 3 - October 18, 2018)

Presenter Jan Dohner, author of Livestock Guardians, discusses the fundamentals of using guardian animals, including llamas, donkeys and dogs, to protect your animals on pasture. She will address the pros and cons of using each type of guardian animal, how to choose the right animal for your farm, basic care and much more. Watch Recording or Download Slides

   A Deeper Dive into Livestock Guardian Dogs   (Part 2 of 3 - November 1, 2018)  This webinar focus on using dogs as livestock guardian animals. Presenter Jan Dohner covers the various breeds, questions of crossbred dogs, how to find a good dog/breeder, identifying good rescue dogs, choosing a puppy, and bringing home a new dog or puppy.   Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

A Deeper Dive into Livestock Guardian Dogs (Part 2 of 3 - November 1, 2018)

This webinar focus on using dogs as livestock guardian animals. Presenter Jan Dohner covers the various breeds, questions of crossbred dogs, how to find a good dog/breeder, identifying good rescue dogs, choosing a puppy, and bringing home a new dog or puppy. Watch Recording or Download Slides

   Develop a Forage Chain for Your Livestock   ,  May 30, 2018  Kent Solberg, Grazing and Livestock Specialist with the Sustainable Farming Association, will discusses how to the most of your livestock operation by sequencing a combination of annual, perennial, and stored forages to feed your ruminant animals.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Develop a Forage Chain for Your Livestock, May 30, 2018

Kent Solberg, Grazing and Livestock Specialist with the Sustainable Farming Association, will discusses how to the most of your livestock operation by sequencing a combination of annual, perennial, and stored forages to feed your ruminant animals.

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   Nutritional Benefits of Pasture-Raised Animals   ,  May 15, 2018  Nutritionist Collette Lentz, MS, will discuss the nutritional advantages and associated human health benefits of pasture-raised meat, milk and eggs.    Watch Recording     or     Download Slides

Nutritional Benefits of Pasture-Raised Animals, May 15, 2018

Nutritionist Collette Lentz, MS, will discuss the nutritional advantages and associated human health benefits of pasture-raised meat, milk and eggs.

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   Goat Herding Basics   ,  March 14, 2018  Annie Warmke of Blue Rock Station in Ohio will share how to get started in goat herding, and will take us through some great natural based strategies for keeping goats healthy and happy.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Goat Herding Basics, March 14, 2018

Annie Warmke of Blue Rock Station in Ohio will share how to get started in goat herding, and will take us through some great natural based strategies for keeping goats healthy and happy.

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   Livestock Guardian Dogs 101  , March 21, 2018  Guardian dogs play a crucial role on livestock and poultry farms. Angela Johnson of Lucky George Farm discusses how to choose a livestock guardian dog for your farm, your animals, and your family's needs.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Livestock Guardian Dogs 101, March 21, 2018

Guardian dogs play a crucial role on livestock and poultry farms. Angela Johnson of Lucky George Farm discusses how to choose a livestock guardian dog for your farm, your animals, and your family's needs.

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   Regenerating Soils with Adaptive, High-Stock Density Grazing   ,  February 20, 2018  The foundation of healthy, productive pastures is healthy soil. Learn grazing management principles that will regenerate your soils. Our presenter, Justin Morris, is the Regional Soil Health Specialist with the USDA-NRCS Soil Health Division.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Regenerating Soils with Adaptive, High-Stock Density Grazing, February 20, 2018

The foundation of healthy, productive pastures is healthy soil. Learn grazing management principles that will regenerate your soils. Our presenter, Justin Morris, is the Regional Soil Health Specialist with the USDA-NRCS Soil Health Division.

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   Rotating Your Animals and Vegetables  , March 6, 2017  Are you looking to better integrate your animal and crop production? Tony Miller from   Whitefeather Organics   presents on how he manages intensive animal rotations on his diversified operation. He gives insights on planning for animal and veggie rotations, tips for composting on farm eviscerations and animals, and designs for rotation ease. Tony is a past Fund-a-Farmer Grant recipient.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Rotating Your Animals and Vegetables, March 6, 2017

Are you looking to better integrate your animal and crop production? Tony Miller from Whitefeather Organics presents on how he manages intensive animal rotations on his diversified operation. He gives insights on planning for animal and veggie rotations, tips for composting on farm eviscerations and animals, and designs for rotation ease. Tony is a past Fund-a-Farmer Grant recipient.

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   Grass-Fed Dairy Production   ,  November 8, 2017  Join us to learn how to use low-stress cattle handling, low-to-no-tillage seeding, and proper manure distribution to create a 100% grass-fed dairy. Our presenter, Kevin Mahalko, is an Organic Valley farmer in Wisconsin.   Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Grass-Fed Dairy Production, November 8, 2017

Join us to learn how to use low-stress cattle handling, low-to-no-tillage seeding, and proper manure distribution to create a 100% grass-fed dairy. Our presenter, Kevin Mahalko, is an Organic Valley farmer in Wisconsin. Watch Recording or Download Slides

   Goats & Sheep: Raising Browsers and Grazers   March 21, 2017  Jim Bourne of   The Lamb’s Quarter     and Tony Koch of   Koch Ranches  , share their experience with managing and protecting sheep and goats on pasture, including breed selection, stocking rates, fencing, lambing, and dealing with common health issues.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Goats & Sheep: Raising Browsers and Grazers March 21, 2017

Jim Bourne of The Lamb’s Quarter and Tony Koch of Koch Ranches, share their experience with managing and protecting sheep and goats on pasture, including breed selection, stocking rates, fencing, lambing, and dealing with common health issues.

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   Fencing: Getting it Right   ,  May 20, 2015  Fencing expert Randy Culter discusses the ins and outs of fencing for livestock: planning, placement, and practicality of making fences. Learn about fence types, mental and physical barriers, resources, costs, and preparation and see how to use various fencing materials.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Fencing: Getting it Right, May 20, 2015

Fencing expert Randy Culter discusses the ins and outs of fencing for livestock: planning, placement, and practicality of making fences. Learn about fence types, mental and physical barriers, resources, costs, and preparation and see how to use various fencing materials.

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Pork Production

   Raising Pigs in an Agroforestry System   ,  April 11, 2018  Weston Lombard of Solid Ground Farm will discuss why hogs and tree crops are an ideal silvopastoral combination. Learn how to design and implement a year-round agroforestry-based system that creates diverse yields and improves the farm ecosystem.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Raising Pigs in an Agroforestry System, April 11, 2018

Weston Lombard of Solid Ground Farm will discuss why hogs and tree crops are an ideal silvopastoral combination. Learn how to design and implement a year-round agroforestry-based system that creates diverse yields and improves the farm ecosystem.

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   Pastured Pork Production   ,  December 9, 2015  Two past Fund-a-Farmer grant recipients who raise hogs on pasture: Paul Freid of   LCCW Farm  , and Nick Koster of  Turkey Foot Farm  cover pasture planning and infrastructure, and holistic herd health.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Pastured Pork Production, December 9, 2015

Two past Fund-a-Farmer grant recipients who raise hogs on pasture: Paul Freid of LCCW Farm, and Nick Koster of Turkey Foot Farm cover pasture planning and infrastructure, and holistic herd health.

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Poultry Production

   Planning Ahead for Turkeys   ,  March 6, 2018  Mike Badger, Executive Director of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association (APPPA), will share expert advice on how to plan ahead and raise turkeys on pasture - from concerns about bird health, to designs for outdoor housing, to ideas for creative marketing.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Planning Ahead for Turkeys, March 6, 2018

Mike Badger, Executive Director of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association (APPPA), will share expert advice on how to plan ahead and raise turkeys on pasture - from concerns about bird health, to designs for outdoor housing, to ideas for creative marketing.

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   Winter Housing for Poultry  , February 9, 2017  Do you have questions about overwintering your birds? Two of FACT’s past Fund-a-Farmer grantees present tips for managing feed, water, shelter and predators during the cold months. Nicholas Choate-Batchelder of   Midnight Sun Farm  , and Alex Needham of   Radical Root Farm     have years of experience caring for birds during the harsh winter.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Winter Housing for Poultry, February 9, 2017

Do you have questions about overwintering your birds? Two of FACT’s past Fund-a-Farmer grantees present tips for managing feed, water, shelter and predators during the cold months. Nicholas Choate-Batchelder of Midnight Sun Farm, and Alex Needham of Radical Root Farm have years of experience caring for birds during the harsh winter.

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   Sustainable Poultry Breeding and Production ,  March 18, 2015  Featuring poultry expert Jim Adkins of the Sustainable Poultry Network who provides an overview of practices to ensure your flock is sustainable and profitable.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Sustainable Poultry Breeding and Production, March 18, 2015

Featuring poultry expert Jim Adkins of the Sustainable Poultry Network who provides an overview of practices to ensure your flock is sustainable and profitable.

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   Best Practices for Pastured Poultry Health, Production & Profit,   October 24, 2017  Learn more about how to run a successful pastured poultry operation. Mike Badger, Executive Director of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association (APPPA) shares best practices for raising birds on pasture.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Best Practices for Pastured Poultry Health, Production & Profit, October 24, 2017

Learn more about how to run a successful pastured poultry operation. Mike Badger, Executive Director of the American Pastured Poultry Producers Association (APPPA) shares best practices for raising birds on pasture.

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   Birds on the Move: Mobile Housing for Poultry on Pasture  , March 24, 2016  Are you interested in improving access to pasture for poultry on your farm? Terrell “Spence” Spencer of   Across the Creek Farm  ; Homer Walden of   Sunnyside Farm  ; and Christine Deck of   Deck Family Farm     cover their farms’ approaches to mobile poultry housing designed for pasture-based operations.    Watch Recording    or    Download Slides

Birds on the Move: Mobile Housing for Poultry on Pasture, March 24, 2016

Are you interested in improving access to pasture for poultry on your farm? Terrell “Spence” Spencer of Across the Creek Farm; Homer Walden of Sunnyside Farm; and Christine Deck of Deck Family Farm cover their farms’ approaches to mobile poultry housing designed for pasture-based operations.

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