This module delves into the integration of various types of farmed birds, ranging from emus to quail, into farming systems, highlighting their pivotal roles in pest control, fertilization, and overall sustainability. Participants engage in discussions covering diverse poultry housing systems, feeding strategies, and health management practices specific to different bird species. The curriculum includes an analysis of case studies illustrating successful poultry integration and its positive impacts on farms, showcasing the versatility of integrating different types of birds. The design task challenges participants to develop a comprehensive poultry integration plan for a farm, considering aspects such as coop design, free-range areas, and seamless integration with other farm components. Overall, the module aims to equip participants with practical knowledge and skills for effectively incorporating a variety of birds into holistic and sustainable farming practices.