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Fri Aug 11, 2017 7:00 am
I'm terrified but even a DQ is useful information. There's no way I can wash the turkeys I just hope I have some in decent condition. I will also be deaf by the time I get there with them chatting away constantly. The show is awesome and worth going to for the birds. LOVED the serama tabletop show too, hope there's one this year. My bird sitter is booked!
we had a bunch of turkeys in the back of my golf coming home from BVF one day. Was fun to see the people's reactions as they pass us on the 401
Making it dark for the roosters works for me. That way they don't make a lot of noise. Will try it with the turkeys next time...
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My flights are booked, hotel booked, car rental booked. Now to wait and book birds into live cargo. Lets hope there is room on the plane.
Looking forward to seeing everyone!
Breeder of the Buckeye. Presently have 4 different lines but, blending them and making a better bird. Always breed to the SOP. I want to have a bird that Nettie Metcalf would be proud of.
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At you bringing the Buckeyes? Longing to see those!
Beltsville Small White turkeys.
Trio of Blue Columbian Wyandottes
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RIP Lucky the Very Brave Splash Wyandotte rooster.
RIP little Muppet the rescue cat.
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