Backyard Chicken SeminarWho should attend?
If you would like to raise your own chickens, to have your own eggs,
or be just a consumer who would like to know more about chickens and eggs, etc.
That's the seminar for you.
1. The Basics-Feeding, Care & Housing of Chickens
2. Biosecurity of the Backyard Flock
3. Common Infectious Diseases Chickens
4. Raising Chickens the Natural Way Egg 5. Handling & Understanding Salmonella.
Guenter and his wife Regina operating Rieger Farms since 1982, and have over 25 years of experience raising chickens and layers. Guenter Riegera retired research engineer, who is passionate about organic farming and permaculture, is sharing his knowledge and experience as an egg producer to keep your birds healthy and happy.
Why do eggs come in different colors?
Fact sheet: Let's talk about Rieger Eggs and the color of eggs. WHITE Rieger Eggs are laid by white-feathered hens or other hens with white earlobes. BROWN Rieger Eggs are laid by brown-feathered hens or other hens with brown earlobes