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Welcome to Rush Creek Farms
Rush Creek Farms is located on the fertile prairie soils of east-central Illinois just outside of Champaign-Urbana. The 15 acre farm was established in 2005 and is owned and operated by Andrew and Jennifer Miller. We raise New Zealand fullblood, purebred, and percentage Kikos as well as commercial Kiko/Savannah/Boer crosses on pasture with minimal inputs.
Andrew and Jennifer are certified FAMACHA trainers. Please contact us for more information on setting up a FAMACHA training session in your area.
Upcoming events

The Black Dog Smoke and Ale House in Urbana, IL will be serving chevon from our farm - visit their Facebook page for more information.

American Kiko Goat Association National Convention

Cape Gireadeau, MO
Friday June 1 & Saturday June 2, 2012
FAMACHA Training and lectures

Pasture Walk

June 9, 2012 from 9am - 12:30pm

Starting at Bane Family Meats and then moving to Rush Creek Farms.

David Bane will focus on beef, poultry, lamb and pork production; particularly production and start-up costs, as well as marketing, diversification and important pig and lamb diseases. Andrew and Jennifer Miller will discuss pasture management, parasite management, preparation for kidding, vaccinating goats and brown egg production.

Contact Deborah Cavanaugh-Grant at 217-782-4617 or cvnghgrn@illinois.edu
for more information or to register

Or register online at https://webs.extension.uiuc.edu/registration/?RegistrationID=6742

MidAmerica Homesteading Conference

Saturday September 1, 2012
Joliet Junior College Joliet, IL

FAMACHA Training and Lectures

Don't miss the fencing talk by Richard Hungerford!

www.homesteadingconference.com

International Kiko Goat Association Annual Meeting

Metropolis, IL
www.theikga.org