We are available, as time allows, as a consultant to help you get your laws passed or revised. We are not lawyers. However, we have researched the topic far and wide and have put together quite few successful ordinances. (Eight so far) We have a lot of research available for you at no cost. The more cases we work on the better the process becomes and the faster it happens. For us, this is one way we give back to the communities that we live, work and play in. Yes, if you can afford it we will accept small donations since printing, postage and gasoline costs are always rising but it is not mandatory.
We visit nursing homes, some on a regular basis. Patients come out of their shells and the chicken takes them back to a better time in their lives. Contact us if you are interested in Rosebud and/or Blossom visiting your facility.
We visit schools, scout groups and whoever else may be interested in chickens. Sustainability fairs, science fairs and general educational events are always on our schedule. Let us know what you have in mind. Act early! There are only so many weekends in a year and the birds need to rest some times.
In all the communities that we have had ordinances passed in our favor we have had included the mandatory need for at least one person per family to attend a certified class. We provide these classes at a modest cost or we can refer you to another organization nearby that will also teach the class. Occasionally the same person may teach for both organizations. Contact us for more information about this.
We also provide occasional chicken health classes usually conducted by a registered veterinarian. We usually ask a small donation for these classes as veterinarians don't come cheap. We have one of the younger ones in the area available. She is a very good speaker and she is also a very good listener.
Our pilot program initially had 24 families. We meet on a fairly regular basis to share our concerns and support each other. We occasionally have programs aimed at the back-yard chicken owner and it may often be helpful to others in your community. Networking is very important these days and we promote conversations between chicken owners. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us.
At this time we do not have a store.
The next class is coming up Sunday March 10, 2019 at the Haddon Twp. Environmental Center on Ormond Ave. This is a few blocks off the White Horse Pike in the Oaklyn section. Turn at the WaWa across from Nastasi's Furniture. Class is filling up rapidly. COST IS $20 per seat. Please call or email to ensure your seat is available. Payment in advance by Paypal is preferred. Again, please call or email and we can work it out.