Escambia County Backyard Poultry Guide

photo of chickenBackyard poultry have gained popularity within the United States as a sustainable and small farm production animal that can be kept in a relatively small area. In the City of Pensacola and Escambia County, local governments have passed ordinances to make it easier for residents in non-agriculturally zoned areas to legally keep poultry for personal egg and meat consumption. University of Florida IFAS (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences) Extension works to provide citizens with the information they need to keep a healthy and productive flock. This document contains information on basic poultry anatomy, nutrition, housing, predator control and breed selection. Additional information can also be found through the University of Florida Electronic Data Information Source database (EDIS).

Click here for a copy in pdf format of the Escambia County Backyard Poultry Guide compiled by UF IFAS Extension Agents.


Posted: October 10, 2013

Category: Agriculture, Livestock

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