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Raising exhibition chickens


Raising exhibition chickens

If you have been raising backyard chickens and are now thinking of showing your chickens, this is the webinar for you. Brett Kreifers with Nebraska cooperative extension will be discussing raising exhibition chickens.

Brett is the Urban 4-H Coordinator and the Douglas-Sarpy 4-H Team Lead. His role is to provide leadership to the Douglas-Sarpy 4-H Program. Brett is responsible for training 4-H staff and volunteers on 4-H curriculum and delivery. Besides administrative work, Brett teaches a number of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) classes in the areas of biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering as well as Agriculture to Kindergarten through 12th-grade youth. Finally, Brett lends leadership to the poultry and rabbit shows at the Sarpy County Fair.



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