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“Here a chick, there a chick”

By Gregory Arnold, Contributing Writer

Allison, 6, feels the texture of a chicken's foot at the Marlborough Public Library. Photo/Gregory Arnold

Allison, 6, feels the texture of a chicken's foot at the Marlborough Public Library.
Photo/Gregory Arnold

Marlborough – The Farm School, located in Athol, visited the Marlborough Public Library July 10 to teach kids about chickens.

The school helps both adults and children interested in farming learn what it takes to succeed in the field. At the Marlborough event, kids were also able to pet two different chickens.

After learning about chickens the kids had the chance to touch some chicken feed and eggs as well as do a coloring sheet of a chicken.

 

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