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Center for Small Flock Research and Innovation

Dr. Brigid McCrea
U.S. Washington Center
Delaware State University
Cooperative Extension Programs
1200 N. Dupont Hwy.
Dover, DE 19901

Ph: (302) 857-6432
F:   (302) 857-6430

 

  The Center for Small Flock Research and Innovation


The Center for Small Flock Research and Innovation (CSFRI) a source of information for small flock producers.  We provide timely information on upcoming events of interest to small flock holders as well as special interest fact sheets.  As research related to keeping small flocks becomes available, the information will be published on this website.  

CSFRI will help small flock and niche market poultry producers by performing research on their specific production techniques, management methods, and biosecurity modifications.
 

As the nation's first and the only research center of its kind, CSFRI will provide unique educational and research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.


Small-Scale Egg Production in a Range Setting Field Day

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Small Flock Education Series

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Poultry Showmanship Video


Mid-Atlantic Avain Bowl Challenge


New Study Sections

Poultry Judging (entire section) pgs. 11-16

Understanding Food Poisoners (entire section) pgs. 19-20

Raising Waterfowl (entire section) pgs. 23-33

Breeds, Varieties, and Strains (Introduction, Bantam,American, and Asiatic) pgs. 69-73

Eggcyclopedia (Easter Egg through Organic) pgs. 121-132

General Care of Pet Birds pgs. 165-166

Fact Sheets:
The Commercial Poultry Industry pgs. 175-176
 
Biosecurity pgs 179-180
 
Embryology (Daily embryonic development through Candling) pgs. 191-192
 

 Breed Variety Fact Sheets

Additional Fact Sheets



 

 

 

Brigid McCrea, PhD

Dr. McCrea serves as Assistant Professor in the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and as State Poultry Specialist for Cooperative Extension at Delaware State University. She is trained as a microbiologist and received her Ph.D. in Poultry Science from Auburn University.  She specializes in small flocks, niche market poultry products, and both pre– and post-harvest food safety.

 

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