River Hill's Farmer's Market members host poultry clinic – lincolnnewsnow.com

River Hill's Farmer's Market members host poultry clinic – lincolnnewsnow.com

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Updated: October 16, 2022 @ 6:24 pm
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Doctor Tajiana Fisher gives a presentation on poultry at the Mizzou extension office in Troy. Attendees learned the basics of chicken economics, physiology and rearing and had the opportunity to see live chickens following the presentation.

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Troy, Mo. – “By 1985, chicken was more popular than Pork; by 1992, chicken consumption surpassed beef to become the most consumed meet in America,” began Dr. Tatijana Fisher as she presented the basics of poultry to the dozens in attendance.
People varying from bonafide bird raisers to simply prying poultry enthusiasts gathered on the morning of Oct. 8 at the Mizzou Extension Office hall in Troy for a unique educational opportunity. Fisher, the state’s lone poultry production and management specialist, educated the public on the chicken’s roll in feeding America, the basics of chicken physiology and the fundamentals of chicken rearing.
Along with Dr. Fisher, renowned agrarian author Kelly Klober and other volunteers in conjunction with Silex’s River Hill’s Farmer’s Market spoke with the public.
“This [poultry clinic] is a cooperative effort between myself, the River Hill’s Farmer’s Market up here at Silex, and the assistance of the Mizzou Extension office in Troy. We are trying to emphasize the importance of local agriculture.”
Klober operates Willow Valley Durocs Swine Herd farm in rural Silex, west of Whiteside, where he and his wife also have nearly 50 head of breeding birds. They hatch between 200-500 baby chickens a year, and have specialized in exotic chicken breeds.
“The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy once said of us, ‘we raise and market the breeds that other folks only read about in the magazines,” laughed Klober. “A big thrust of this event is working with youngsters and 4-H members to get Lincoln County back in touch with the people that brought it to the dance—Agriculture is still the primary business in Lincoln County.”
Along with the educational presentations, instructors provided live chickens for attendees to examine.
“We put live birds in these people’s hands and helped show how to evaluate the potential of a chicken to be a better producer of eggs.”
They also showed off a few rare breeds of chicken along the way.
“Showing birds was nice, but watching a couple 4-H youngsters talk to a lady with a business of homing pigeons or visit with a gentleman raising bantam chickens? That was the real treat for us. These kids were shining like a new dime in a bucket full of spring water.”
Lasting the bulk of the morning, the clinic was put on by the River Hill’s Farmer’s Market, which continues to run intermittently at the Silex City Park until November. 
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