WILLIAMSBURG — Colonial Williamsburg (CW) visitors can learn about the Foundation’s rare breeds of livestock in an educational, family-friendly program.
Beginning Monday, March 14, CW’s Rare Breeds talks will be held twice a week throughout the spring on the Wythe Property.
Founded in 1986, the program includes rare breeds of sheep, cattle, horses, oxen and poultry, which are cared for by CW’s Coach & Livestock Department.
Guests will learn about CW’s Rare Breeds program, which works to keep genetic diversity in livestock that were around in the 18th-century, as well as the importance of preserving these breeds.
This event is weather permitting.
More more information about the Rare Breeds talks, visit here.