Hagen's Organics presents Meet the Producers - Milking Yard Farm chickens.
Join us at Hagen's Organics South Melbourne Market store as we showcase one of our premium producers - Milking Yard Farm. We'll be joined by the man behind Milking Yard - Bruce Burton who will be showcasing his award winning Sommerlad chickens.
This butchers showcase class will be an opportunity for you to ask you all meaty questions about where your chicken comes from and how it's been raised by the man who has dedicated his life to raising the birds. You'll sit at the butcher's bench where we'll show you how to debone and roll the bird with stuffing. We'll explain the difference between Bruce's birds and conventional poultry, approach to organics and certification as well as cooking techniques.
You'll sit at the butcher's bench where we'll show you how to debone and roll the bird with stuffing. We'll explain the difference between Bruce's birds and conventional poultry as well as organic produce and certification.
We encourage you to ask all of your meaty questions and to take notes about what you see and hear.
Students from the class will receive a chicken cuts diagram, information about Hagen's Organics and Milking Yard Farm, a Hagen's cooler bag and your own cut of chicken to take home. Usually valued at over $100.00, this showcase class and gifts and be enjoyed on the day for just $15.00.
*Please note this class is observational, no student will be butchering their own meat. We understand if you're unable to attend the class after purchasing your ticket, please contact Hagen's Richmond or manage your booking via the Eventbrite website so we are able to offer your position to someone else.
Places are very limited.
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