- NH Director of Swaps
CHICKEN SWAPS OF NH SWAP LISTINGS
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Here Are Some Things Everyone Must Know If Selling At The Swaps
ALL SELLERS /VENDERS MUST ( PRE REGISTER )
TO SET UP AND
SELL AT ( ALL SWAPS )
THERE IS A $ 8.00 SET UP FEE PER SPOT AT ALL SWAPS
SELLERS/VENDERS MUST CHECK IN WITH THE SWAP DIRECTOR GET YOUR BUYERS SHEETS
( BEFORE SETTING UP AND SELLING ANY ANIMALS )
VENDERS SELLING PULLETS MUST HAVE HATCHARY PAPERWORK FOR PROOF
OF SEX AND AGE
THERE IS A 95% CHANCE OF THEM BEING PULLETS
THERE IS STILL A 5 OR 10 % CHANCE OF GETTING A ROOSTER
VENDERS SELLING THERE OWN HATCHED CHICKS
SHOULD TELL THE BUYER THERE IS A 50/50 CHANCE OF ROOSTERS
THIS IS WHY THEY ARE TO BE SOLD AT SWAPS
(STRAIGHT RUN )
ANYONE PUTTING ANY ANIMALS BEING SOLD AT SWAPS
IN CARDBOARD BOXS
THE BOXS MUST BE WELL VENTED
NO VENDERS WILL SET UP TO SELL ANY ANIMALS IN
CAGES OR PENS ONLY
ALL OF THE ABOVE MUST BE 7 DAYS OLD
TO SELL AT SWAPS
all of the above sold at swaps must have brooders & heat lights
CHICKS/CHICKENS /TURKEYS/GUINEAS ( 5 MONTHS AN OLDER)
( MUST BE NPIP TESTED )
THEY MUST HAVE BANDS ON THERE LEGS TO SELL AT ALL SWAPS
ALL RABBITS MUST BE 6 WEEKS OLD TO SELL AT THESE SWAPS
ALL LIVESTOCK SHEEP/GOATS/PIGS/COWS ETC. MUST BE 6 WEEKS OLD TO SELL AT THESE SWAPS
ALL ANIMALS MUST HAVE FOOD AND WATER AT ALL SWAPS
PLEASE BRING A TRASH BAG BROOM ETC. TO KEEP YOUR SPOT CLEAN BEFORE YOU LEAVE
Anyone Coming In From Out Of State
Must Have get a Entry Permit #
This Is Easy To Get Just Call The
NH Dept Of Agriculture # 603-271-2404
Ask For Cindy She Will Help You Get What You Need its very easy to do
EASY UP TENTS & FOLDING TABLES ARE REQUAIRED AT (ALL ) SWAPS
BRING FROZEN WATER BOTTLES TO KEEP THE ANIMALS COOL IN THE SUMMER ARE SUGGESTED
If you have any questions or would like to become a seller/vender please PM me and I'll be happy to help you
Edited by blazingsaddles - 7/24/12 at 5:16am
UPDATE: MARCH 14 2012
The New Hampshire Department of Agriculture is currently changing rules for any and all chicken swaps held in New Hampshire.
The new rules are posted on the vendor information page of chickenswapsofnh.com
The vendor page will be updated as necessary. rules change. check back once in a while.
one rule that changed in the last few days affects people who want to sell chickens at swaps.
ALL EGGS-CHICKS-AND CHICKENS NEED TO COME FROM NPIPS TESTED FLOCKS.
chickens 5 months and older need to be banded
This new department of agriculture rule means that all vendors will need to bring a photocopy of their npip card with them to every swap. It needs to be on display at your spot.
Edited by blazingsaddles - 3/14/12 at 5:32pm
will have Muscouy ducklings at the milford swap
they are about 3 weeks old
there going for $10.00 each
rabbit lady please
PM me I'll try to help you
Hi all. Can't believe it is almost July already, time flies!
Heres what we have for Milford:
1 - 12 week old Easter Egger Pullet
1 - 12 week old Silver-Laced Wyandotte Pullet
18 - 9 week old Golden-Laced Wyandotte Pullets
9 - 9 week old Dominique Pullets
12 - 8 week old Partridge Cochin Pullets
3 - 8 week old Colombian Wyandotte Pullets
3 - 7 week old White Cochin Pullets
Pearl Guinea Keets(2-10 weeks old) , straight-run bantam barnyard mixes and
5 week old Jumbo Cornish Meat birds (all cockerels, ready to be processed in a few weeks) available.
See you Saturday!
Aren't you a little concerned about cross contamination? Chicken poop & fresh veggies?
No, livestock will be set up on one side of the parking lot away from the produce/food. Did you know that human feces found on the hands of many young children, carries far more bacteria than chicken poop. My advice to you is, wash your veggies before you eat them. I for one am looking forward to the Milford Chicken Swap/ Farmer's Market, it should be good clean fun!
Stay on topic, folks - and please don't make trolling comments. If you're unfamiliar with "trolling," please re-read the rules you all agreed to upon joining BYC.
SPECIALIZING IN: Jersey Giants. Black Copper Marans. Blue Marans. Silver Penciled Plymouth Rocks.
Just for fun: First & second generation "olive eggers," and a few ducks - Welsh Harlequin, Black Swedish, Black Runner.