Just food for thought.... If you figure the total cost of the peafowl today, all cost not just parts of it you will find that it will be cheaper to join the UPA and get the P T free ... connerhills
NEW United Peafowl Association Magazine Editor! - Page 7
Poll Results: What would you like to see most in the UPA magazine?
50% of voters (3)More Articles
50% of voters (3)More Photos
16% of voters (1)More Color
16% of voters (1)A more interesting layout.
16% of voters (1)A Meet the member section where each issue a new member is featured.
0% of voters (0)Better ad quality.
16% of voters (1)More pages.
16% of voters (1)More information for new peafowl owners.
66% of voters (4)More information for experianced peafowl owners.
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Yes that is correct.
Before I became a UPA member, I had no idea what the magazine looked like. It isn't until you become a member that you actually know what the magazine looks like. Selling the magazine to non-members is a good way for people to learn a bit of what the UPA is all about before joining. That and if there is a particular article, for example Birdrain's article, that you really want to read and see, you can buy the magazine.
We are waiting on the UPA President to reply about the magazine for non-members, but the other BOD members are on board with it. I figure the UPA President will be for this too, but we are waiting on him to make sure the price we have said is a good price. The UPA President, Daniel, runs a large art company so he knows a lot about printing and publishing, etc. Right now he is away on business so he hasn't been able to respond yet.
I really want to show you all just one of the pages, but I don't want to spoil anything before the magazine has been seen. I do plan on showing the Convention page and the Raffle page once the magazine is out since those pages have good info on them for those planning to enter the raffle and/or attend this year's convention.
7 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 split (pied or white), 1 white, 1 Indo-Chinese Green.
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