Logan Classes

 
*In the interest of the health and welfare of our patrons and employees, we are canceling all classes until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience and will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves to determine how to proceed for events originally scheduled this spring and summer.
 


Logan IFA Country Store is hosting many classes this year on various topics, including beekeeping, gardening, backyard chickens, raising rabbits, wild birds, pellet grilling, and more! See the complete list of dates below and contact the store to register to attend one or more of our classes. We look forward to seeing you there!


Topic: Beekeeping

Beginning Beekeeping & Hive Setup

  • Date: Sat., February 1, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The first of six beekeeping classes in 2020. Learn valuable tips on beginning beekeeping and hive set-up from Matt Bangerter, Asst. Manager and avid beekeeper. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Chickens

Keeping Backyard Chickens

  • Date: Sat., Feb. 15, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Spring is symbolic for new things to come. With backyard chickens, that means chicks will soon be on their way home. Learn all you need know to start your chicks off right; from brooders, housing, and feed & nutrition to the maintenance they’ll need as laying hens.

The class will be taught by Maureen Goodrich, Poultry & Rabbits Dept. Manager and poultry breeder; and Hunter Siggard, poultry breeder. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Rabbits

Raising Rabbits

  • Date: Sat., Feb. 15, 2020
  • Time: 1:30pm-2pm
  • Cost: FREE

Who doesn’t love bunnies? In just 30 minutes, learn the essentials to raising rabbits. Maureen and Hunter will cover everything from basic rabbit care and housing to feed and nutrition.

The class will be taught by Maureen Goodrich, Poultry & Rabbits Dept. Manager and rabbit breeder; and Hunter Siggard, rabbit breeder. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Pigeons

Backyard Pigeon Keeping

  • Date: Sat., Feb. 22, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Do you love pigeons? Hunter Siggard – an avid pigeon breeder for 12 years – will share tips related to housing, feed & nutrition, and breeding & genetics. Don’t miss out! Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Livestock Show Feed

IFA Platinum Show Power Feed Seminar

  • Date: Tues., Feb. 25, 2020
  • Time: 6:30pm-8pm
  • Cost: FREE

Come join our panel of expert speakers to learn about new ingredient technologies, and proven results with our Platinum Show Power Feeds!

Our panel of expert speakers include:

  • Blaine Rodgers | BioZyme | Show Livestock Business Development & Field Support
    Blaine Rodgers has worked in the nutrition and feed industry for more than 10 years. Blaine joined BioZyme in 2014. Rodgers’ passion for livestock began at an early age and continued through college where he was a member of the Modesto Junior College and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo livestock judging teams. Blaine obtained his B.S. in animal science from Cal Poly. Rodgers resides in Savannah, MO, where he operates Rodgers Livestock.
  • Heidi Wayment, M.S. | IFA | Nutrition/Technical Services
    Heidi Wayment was born in Perry, Utah. She graduated from Southern Utah University with a Bachelors’ degree in Animal Science and a minor in Farm and Ranch Management, and from Utah State University with a Masters’ degree in ruminant nutrition. Heidi has been employed with IFA for 15 years. Her current focus is lead formulator for IFA bagged feeds at the Draper feed mill. Heidi, her husband Cody, and their four children live in Warren and operate Broken Horn Cattle LLC . They are active in 4-H and FFA showing market steers and bucket calves.
  • Dennis Christensen, M.S., P.A.S. | IFA | Bagged Feed Sales
    Dennis Christensen was raised in northern Utah on a grain and livestock farm and graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in Animal and Dairy Science. He began his career with IFA in 1999. His current focus is on the growing success of IFA branded feeds and IFA Platinum Show Feeds. Dennis knows the importance of nutrition and health of animals for them to reach their genetic potential. Dennis and his wife Becky live in northern Utah where they enjoy participating in outdoor adventures with family and friends in their spare time.
  • Britney Creamer | BioZyme | Colorado, Utah & Wyoming Area Sales Manager
    Britney Creamer is a third generation Angus breeder from Montrose, Colorado. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics International Marketing and a minor in Spanish, and master’s degree in International Agriculture. She served as the National Junior Angus Board of Directors Chairman, interned with the Uruguay Angus Association and an agricultural study in Argentina. She joined BioZyme in 2014. Creamer also remains an owner of her family’s Angus operation, Lazy JB Angus, where they run a 250 head registered Angus operation.

Plan to attend the seminar in person or join us online through Facebook Live. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: USU Extension 2020 Spring Gardening Series

Starting Seeds Indoors

  • Date: Sat., Feb. 29, 2020
  • Time: 10am-11:30am
  • Cost: $10

Get a jump start on the growing season! This hands-on workshop will give participants the chance to start their own vegetables. Participants will receive timely tips along with starting trays, potting soil and vegetable seeds to take home. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: USU Extension 2020 Spring Gardening Series

All Things For Proper Pruning

  • Date: Sat., Mar. 7, 2020
  • Time: 10am-11:30am
  • Cost: FREE

Pruning is one of the most daunting outdoor tasks for homeowners. This hands-on workshop, taught by JayDee Gunnel – Horticulturist with USU Extension, will teach participants about the proper practices behind pruning fruit trees and ornamental plants. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Wild Birds

Backyard Birds

  • Date: Sat., Mar. 14, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Tanner Hall – Wild Bird Dept. Manager & avid birder – will describe how to attract desirable birds through feed and feeder selection and placement. Plus, pick up key tips on hummingbirds, deterring pests, and bird identification. If you love watching and feeding your backyard birds, this hour will surely add to your enjoyment. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Beekeeping

POSTPONED – Installation; Pest & Disease Management

  • Date: Sat., March 28, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The second of six beekeeping classes in 2020. Pick up tips on bee installation, and pest and disease management from Matt Bangerter, Asst. Manager and avid beekeeper. Good info for new and experienced beekeepers. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: USU Extension 2020 Spring Gardening Series

Backyard Beekeeping For Beginners – ONLINE CLASS!

  • Date: Thurs., Apr. 16, 2020
  • Time: 6pm-7:30pm
  • Cost: FREE

Update: Backyard Beekeeping for Beginners is back on, now as an online class. Look for a link on our Facebook page on April 16th around 6pm and watch it from home!

There is nothing more rewarding than tasting homegrown honey. This workshop will cover the basics of backyard beekeeping, including how to get started, equipment needed, and pitfalls to watch for. Participants will receive a hive tool and information needed to have a thriving hive. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: USU Extension 2020 Spring Gardening Series

Vegetable Gardening 101

  • Date: Sat., May 2, 2020
  • Time: 10am-11:30am
  • Cost: $10

Whether you are into heirloom tomatoes or just want to know the best timing for planting sweet corn in the valley, come visit with JayDee Gunnell – Horticulturist with USU Extension. This interactive workshop will focus on all things vegetables. Participants will receive an assortment of vegetable seeds to take home. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Chickens

Keeping Backyard Chickens

  • Date: Sat., May 9, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Spring is symbolic for new things to come. With backyard chickens, that means chicks will soon be on their way home. Learn all you need know to start your chicks off right; from brooders, housing, and feed & nutrition to the maintenance they’ll need as laying hens.

The class will be taught by Maureen Goodrich, Poultry & Rabbits Dept. Manager and poultry breeder; and Hunter Siggard, poultry breeder. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Beekeeping

Bee Field Day Inspections

  • Date: Sat., May 16, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The third of six beekeeping classes in 2020 is a field day! Bring your beekeeping protective wear and see hive inspections firsthand with Matt Bangerter, Asst. Manager and avid beekeeper. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Pellet Grilling

Pellet Grilling 101

  • Date: Fri., June 5, 2020
  • Time: 6pm-8:30pm
  • Cost: $30/person or $35/couple ($100/person value)

Chef Jack Carlisle will cover everything from selecting, preparing, and smoking a variety of delicious meats to baking artisan breads.

Come learn why pellet grills are taking over the back patio and cooking world. With the Camp Chef pellet grill and modular cooking system, there is nothing you can’t cook on your back patio–you can barbeque, grill, smoke, roast, sear, boil, bake, griddle, fry and more all on one unit. The course will cover everything from selecting, preparing, and smoking a variety of delicious meats to baking artisan breads. Learn how to control and create flavors by understanding the roles of salt, fat, and heat in cooking.

Food, coupons and swag are included! Seating is limited. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register for the one-day only class today!
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Topic: Beekeeping

Honey Flows & Mite Checks

  • Date: Sat., June 6, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The fourth of six beekeeping classes in 2020. Prepare for the rest of summer. Learn more about honey flows, and pick up valuable advice on mites from Matt Bangerter, Asst. Manager and avid beekeeper. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Beekeeping

Harvesting Honey & Mite Control

  • Date: Sat., August 1, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The fifth of six beekeeping classes in 2020. Prepare for the rest of summer. The best tasting part of summer is here! Pick up tips for harvesting honey and controlling mites from Matt Bangerter, Asst. Manager and avid beekeeper. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Beekeeping

Season Recap & Winterizing

  • Date: Sat., September 12, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

The sixth and final beekeeping class in 2020. Prepare for the rest of summer. Matt Bangerter, Assistant Manager and avid beekeeper, will recap everything learned in our beekeeping classes this year, and look ahead to the upcoming winter. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Chickens

Keeping Backyard Chickens

  • Date: Sat., Sept 19, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Prepare your chickens for the cold months ahead. Pick up valuable tips on winterizing your coop, cold weather maintenance, and feed & nutrition, along with the benefits of raising chicks through winter.

The class will be taught by Maureen Goodrich, Poultry & Rabbits Dept. Manager and poultry breeder; and Hunter Siggard, poultry breeder. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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Topic: Wild Birds

Backyard Birds

  • Date: Sat., Sept. 26, 2020
  • Time: 12pm-1pm
  • Cost: FREE

Tanner Hall – Wild Bird Dept. Manager & avid birder – will describe how to attract desirable birds through feed and feeder selection and placement. Plus, pick up key tips on winter feeding, deterring pests, and bird identification. If you love watching and feeding your backyard birds, this hour will surely add to your enjoyment. Visit or call the store (435-563-1604) for more details and to register today!
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