Join Kim Chisholm for an hour of chicken fun! She'll talk about herbs that are safe and beneficial for chickens both in and out of the coop. Then she'll cover the benefits and challenges of finding, keeping and feeding slugs and bugs to your chickens, including growing your own mealworm farm. Next, she'll discuss easy ways to obtain and offer various grains as treats or supplemental forage. And she’ll finish up with several creative treat and trinket ideas to entertain your birds. You're sure to take away a tidbit that your chickens will love.
Finding and Cooking Wild Edible Foods
Kim Chisholm is co-owner of Wolf Camp and the Wolf College, an outdoor educational institute in Puyallup, Wash. (which is where she grew up). The institute has programs nationwide, which she runs together with her husband, Chris. They live on her grandparent's old homestead, which they call Blue Skye Farm, located just a mile from the fairgrounds where the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR is held. She holds a bachelor's in wildlife science from the University of Washington.
Visit www.wolfcollege.com for more information.