Travel Through Time: A Workshop on Raising Old Breeds of Chicken

Hunter’s Home reveals the fascinating chickens of Indian Territory in the 1840s and 1850s. We will discuss centuries-old chicken-raising methods in a free seminar on April 27 from 1-3 p.m.

This program will teach attendees about the fascinating histories of certain chicken breeds. Explore breeds with roots in old societies, such as those that did well during the rule of Julius Caesar. As an example, Silver Grey Dorking chickens will be shown off, which gives visitors a look into the past because they are related to ancient times.

Through the guidance of informed experts, guests will learn where to find these historically important chicken breeds and how to raise them using old-fashioned methods. Learn why keeping these historical breeds alive is important and how to care for them in a modern environment.

Hunter’s Home, a celebrated icon from the middle of the 1800s, is the perfect setting for this interactive class. Hunter’s Home is one of the few Cherokee Nation residences to survive the Civil War. It depicts how affluent Cherokees lived socially and culturally. The home showcases the area’s rich history as a National Historic Landmark since 1974.

This lesson will educate everyone, regardless of chicken experience or historical interest. Travel with us through time to learn how to raise chicken breeds that have made history.

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Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind chance to interact with the past and learn about the timeless appeal of historical chicken breeds. For an amazing lesson on keeping our history through the art of raising chickens, mark April 27 on your calendars and come to Hunter’s Home.

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