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Come and hear one of our farmers share how our flock of 500 pasture-raised chickens helps improve our soil health and our future production yields. You will learn about what we feed them and how we move them around our Farm. Then, we will don painter booties to protect our shoes as we head into the coop to visit the hens. We will have the chance to touch a chicken and also, adventurous visitors can try to pick up a chicken. We will then collect the eggs that have been laid that morning and head to our egg washing room to see how we clean our eggs. Every household will leave with a dozen eggs to try at home.

This is a day when LCPS is closed. The event will be geared towards elementary and middle school aged students especially children who are curious about farm livestock and comfortable with loud bird noises and being near hens. We ask that all children be accompanied by an adult. Adults don’t have to enter the coop if they don’t want to! We will some beverages available for adults and also have staff available to chat about the Farm and our work.

Attendees will meet up at the Farm packing shed by driving up the gravel road to the left of the Farm Stand.

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April 5
10:00 am - 11:00 am


Willowsford Conservancy


Willowsford Farm
23595 Founders Drive
Ashburn, VA 20148
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(571) 297-6900


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