Did you know that you can get a totally free 2022 chicken calendar from the USDA?
To help educate backyard poultry keepers about infectious poultry diseases and protect their birds, the United States Department of Agriculture is again offering a free yearly calendar for 2022, called: DEFEND THE FLOCK (click on the title to see what the calendar looks like online).
Each year, it’s a full-color calendar with some great photographs of poultry, so I send off and get it every year. Actually, I order two and they always send two. I’m going to try for six this year and see what happens.
How To Get Your Free 2022 Chicken Calendar
Click the link below to go to the site where you can find the free 2022 calendar information:
This is what the site looks like – type pa 2269 into the search box as shown below, and this is what it will come up with.
The site gives instructions for ordering items at the top of the screen, but you just need to enter the quantity you’d like under “ENTER QUANTITY” and click the plus sign under “ADD TO CART”. I requested six and this is what the screen should look like after the calendars are in your cart. I normally get two each year but decided to get a couple extra for giving away – we’ll see how many I get.
Next, click the “Go to Cart” button at the bottom of the screen. You should get a form that asks for address information like the one below so they can send you the calendar. Fill out your information and click the “Save” button at the bottom of the screen.
Next, you should get a pop-up telling you your information was saved. Click “OK” in the bottom right corner, and then the “Submit Order” button at the bottom of the screen.
Your final screen should look like the one below.
Check your e-mail, you should have a message like this confirming your order.
And, within a couple of weeks, the following should show up:
So, if you’re looking for some nice 2022 calendars, here’s your opportunity to get them FREE! Please don’t try to order them from me, you have to order them from the USDA as described above.