How to Keep a Family Cow, August 25

How to Keep a Family Cow
Joel Miller, Wild Miller Gardens
11 Randall Rd, Lee, NH
Sunday, August 25, 2013
$10, kids free

Take some of the mystery out of keeping a family cow. Learn about how she
 and her calf can fit into an organically managed homestead and market 
gardens. Topics touched on would include general health care, basic
 shelter, animal husbandry, handling, pasture, hay, feeding, calving and
 calf management, milking and milk handling.

Joel and Annalisa Miller have been keeping a small dairy herd for 4 years, while building a growing market garden business and turning an old 1700′s homestead back into a working farm.

Please contact Joel Miller to register at 603-812-1944, or email This workshop is limited to 15 people, and spaces will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

Directions: From Rt. 4, take the exit to 155 (Lee Rd.). Take a left onto Snell Rd (if coming from the west on Rt. 4) or bear straight (if coming from the east on Rt. 4). Then, bear immediately right onto Randall Rd.

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