Curious how many eggs chickens lay?
Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to a gentleman on the other side. When the chicken asked, “What’s your name?” the gentleman replied, “Bond. James Bond. What’s yours?” The chicken responded, “Ken. Chic Ken.”
Seriously, if you’ve ever pondered the question of which came first, the chicken or the egg, you’ll have the chance to try to discover the answer when you participate in a 4-H poultry project. If chickens aren’t your style, you could try turkeys, ducks, geese, pheasants, pigeons or coturnix (Japanese quail).
Come on! Don’t be a chicken! Be a good egg and give it a try!
Michigan identifies first case of highly pathogenic avian influenza; Poultry and bird owners urged to increase biosecurity efforts
Published on February 24, 2022
Currently, there is no public health or food safety concern for Michigan residents.
Published on January 19, 2022
Detection of this disease s another reminder for everyone who owns poultry to practice strict biosecurity and of major concern for poultry producers along the Atlantic flyway.
Published on March 9, 2021
New Michigan 4-H course can reach students in a variety of educational settings.
Published on March 4, 2021
Rising to the challenge: Michigan 4-H developed videos to provide support for our 4-H Embryology program.
Published on December 8, 2020
Use these four steps to help keep your 4-H animals healthy during the long Michigan winters.