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post #691 of 1830
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Originally Posted by Tuffoldhen 
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Originally Posted by MIKE555444 

How do I go about getting NPIP Certified?


Call the WV Dept. of Agriculture or your county extension agent, they will refer you to who will do your testing.  I deal with the WVDA Moorefield office/ Dr. Jewel Plumley is the director/vet.


Me too.  High Tuffy.  You packed and ready to go?  Are you bringing me a rooster or cute little cochins?

Tammy - NPIP #113  Member-APA, ABA - WV State Representative, ASBC - WV State Representative, United Orpington Club.

Breeder and Exhibitor of Large Fowl and Bantam Orpingtons, and Bearded Silkies

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Tammy - NPIP #113  Member-APA, ABA - WV State Representative, ASBC - WV State Representative, United Orpington Club.

Breeder and Exhibitor of Large Fowl and Bantam Orpingtons, and Bearded Silkies

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post #692 of 1830
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Originally Posted by Majestic Lane Poultry 
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Originally Posted by Tuffoldhen 
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Originally Posted by MIKE555444 

How do I go about getting NPIP Certified?


Call the WV Dept. of Agriculture or your county extension agent, they will refer you to who will do your testing.  I deal with the WVDA Moorefield office/ Dr. Jewel Plumley is the director/vet.


Me too.  High Tuffy.  You packed and ready to go?  Are you bringing me a rooster or cute little cochins?


Well, I'm semi-packed let's put it that way!!!  If I bring my truck I can bring you the orp roo, if one of the other GFs drive it's a SUV thing and I do not think they would be happy campers cooped up inside with a roo for 4 hours ep  sickbyc   I have some extra little cochin boys  in red/brown, splash and lemon blue (not sure who yet I'm keeping) if your interested.

Smith/Giles "project" Lavender Orpingtons, Spring of 2012 Part English "project" Lavenders , Part English BBS Orpingtons, Buff Orpingtons and Bantam Light Brahmas.  Follow me down the yellow brick road!!! 

I'm holding out for the gold star !!!!   

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Smith/Giles "project" Lavender Orpingtons, Spring of 2012 Part English "project" Lavenders , Part English BBS Orpingtons, Buff Orpingtons and Bantam Light Brahmas.  Follow me down the yellow brick road!!! 

I'm holding out for the gold star !!!!   

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post #693 of 1830
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Originally Posted by Majestic Lane Poultry 

Just wanted to invite y'all to our fall chickenstock:

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=560605

and remember to mark your calendar for the following weekend at Green Hill Farm swap and show clinic:

http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=551283


http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/uploads/74976_fall-chickenstock-2011-2.jpg

You might be a "Chicken Junkie" if you start with 4 little Bantams & in 6 months have over 50 chickens and 12 breeds. We NOW have Royal Palm Turkeys, Chocolate Muscovy, Sebastopol Geese, Guinea, Peas, Serama, Silkies, ShowGirls, Bantam Cochin, NN, RIR, BO, BLRW, Polish, Bantam Russian Orloff, W/BW Ameraucana, FBCM... NPIP # 141  Please visit our FaceBook Page.
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You might be a "Chicken Junkie" if you start with 4 little Bantams & in 6 months have over 50 chickens and 12 breeds. We NOW have Royal Palm Turkeys, Chocolate Muscovy, Sebastopol Geese, Guinea, Peas, Serama, Silkies, ShowGirls, Bantam Cochin, NN, RIR, BO, BLRW, Polish, Bantam Russian Orloff, W/BW Ameraucana, FBCM... NPIP # 141  Please visit our FaceBook Page.
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post #694 of 1830
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Originally Posted by Tuffoldhen 

If I bring my truck I can bring you the orp roo, if one of the other GFs drive it's a SUV thing and I do not think they would be happy campers cooped up inside with a roo for 4 hours ep  sickbyc   I have some extra little cochin boys  in red/brown, splash and lemon blue (not sure who yet I'm keeping) if your interested.


Ok, let me know.  and Nah...not interested in just boys.  Really I was kidding anyway.  I think the next thing I'll add may be ameraucanas hu Trying not to buy anything until I go to Crossroads and let loose!

Tammy - NPIP #113  Member-APA, ABA - WV State Representative, ASBC - WV State Representative, United Orpington Club.

Breeder and Exhibitor of Large Fowl and Bantam Orpingtons, and Bearded Silkies

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Tammy - NPIP #113  Member-APA, ABA - WV State Representative, ASBC - WV State Representative, United Orpington Club.

Breeder and Exhibitor of Large Fowl and Bantam Orpingtons, and Bearded Silkies

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post #695 of 1830

I have a pure pair of Light Sussex who just reached maturity, a partridge silkie roo, and a pair of hatchery stock blue booted bantams that I will am selling. We will be at the Farming Palooza in Milton tomorrow morning. Pictures of the birds are here and info for the Palooza is on its Facebook page here . If you are interested in the pair prior to the swap, please message me. Asking $30 for the pair.

I absolutely adore our chickens! Who knew they could be so fun! NPIP #135
Married, homeschooling mother of five. My blog (free patterns)

My Etsy Shop
 

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I absolutely adore our chickens! Who knew they could be so fun! NPIP #135
Married, homeschooling mother of five. My blog (free patterns)

My Etsy Shop
 

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post #696 of 1830

Does anyone have a contact name & number for a vet who sees chickens in the Charleston area?

I absolutely adore our chickens! Who knew they could be so fun! NPIP #135
Married, homeschooling mother of five. My blog (free patterns)

My Etsy Shop
 

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I absolutely adore our chickens! Who knew they could be so fun! NPIP #135
Married, homeschooling mother of five. My blog (free patterns)

My Etsy Shop
 

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post #697 of 1830
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Originally Posted by MomMommyMamma 

Does anyone have a contact name & number for a vet who sees chickens in the Charleston area?


I believe it is Dr Jackson in the Elkview area. The number I have is 304-965-7675

Little "farm" in a big neighborhood home to Rhodebars, Ameraucanas, OEs, RIRs, Wheaten Marans, EEs, Araucanas, Wyandottes, a ton of "mutts", 1 poodle, and one happy family!

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Little "farm" in a big neighborhood home to Rhodebars, Ameraucanas, OEs, RIRs, Wheaten Marans, EEs, Araucanas, Wyandottes, a ton of "mutts", 1 poodle, and one happy family!

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post #698 of 1830

Dr Sarah Stephenson of Good Shepherd Vet Hospital in Kanawha City is very good with exotic birds. I'm sure she would see a chicken. Her phone no is (304) 925-7387

Visit us at www.ClucksNDucks.com where our girls are live on camera! -- Reality TV... a Peep Show.... Enjoy!!
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Visit us at www.ClucksNDucks.com where our girls are live on camera! -- Reality TV... a Peep Show.... Enjoy!!
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post #699 of 1830

Inside WV only.  I have some Lavender Orpington project cockerels 5 months old and 3 bantam cochin cockerels out of a lemon blue hatch, they are red/browns and a splash.  If intersted PM me for details.

Smith/Giles "project" Lavender Orpingtons, Spring of 2012 Part English "project" Lavenders , Part English BBS Orpingtons, Buff Orpingtons and Bantam Light Brahmas.  Follow me down the yellow brick road!!! 

I'm holding out for the gold star !!!!   

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Smith/Giles "project" Lavender Orpingtons, Spring of 2012 Part English "project" Lavenders , Part English BBS Orpingtons, Buff Orpingtons and Bantam Light Brahmas.  Follow me down the yellow brick road!!! 

I'm holding out for the gold star !!!!   

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post #700 of 1830

glad i found the wv thread

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