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post #1 of 14
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Hi, I live in Knoxville and I was wondering if anybody in the East Tennessee area knows of any good shows or auctions. I also wanted to know if some of us could meet and swap and sell chickens. Thank You smile

post #2 of 14

Tomorrow there is a show in Lawrenceberg, can you come to that one?

post #3 of 14
Thread Starter 

That's a little too far.sad

post #4 of 14

There is a new poultry club in sevier county we meet at the mc donalds off exit 407 at 7pm the first tuesday of each month

post #5 of 14

There's a show in Newport,Tn. on May 7, 2011. Don't know the times yet.

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There's a show in Newport,Tn. on May 7, 2011. Don't know the times yet.


Birds will arrive at the crack of dawn. They will end when the birds are gone or the judging is over, whichever happens first. Probably around 4pm-ish.

I will have some silkie & d'Uccle chicks there. I hope to have a LOT of d'Uccle chicks in various colors, to create more knolwledge of them as a breed and encourage folks to show them at the November Cocke County show. The November show will be a d'Uccle state meet.

Hopefully I will be NPIP by that time, but it's been sloooooooooooow getting a call back to schedule the testing sad




barge, I haven't been able to make the Tuesday meetings. Seems like my daughter has something going on almost every day of the week lately (high school).

Tennessee State Rep for -> Belgian d'Uccle & Booted Bantam Club
NPIP #63-378

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NPIP #63-378

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post #7 of 14
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Originally Posted by 2 britts 

There's a show in Newport,Tn. on May 7, 2011. Don't know the times yet.


Birds will arrive at the crack of dawn. They will end when the birds are gone or the judging is over, whichever happens first. Probably around 4pm-ish.

I will have some silkie & d'Uccle chicks there. I hope to have a LOT of d'Uccle chicks in various colors, to create more knolwledge of them as a breed and encourage folks to show them at the November Cocke County show. The November show will be a d'Uccle state meet.

Hopefully I will be NPIP by that time, but it's been sloooooooooooow getting a call back to schedule the testing sad




barge, I haven't been able to make the Tuesday meetings. Seems like my daughter has something going on almost every day of the week lately (high school).


Know this souns crazy but i don't know what NPIP means.. Could you help me out????

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Originally Posted by wegotchickens 
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Originally Posted by 2 britts 

There's a show in Newport,Tn. on May 7, 2011. Don't know the times yet.


Birds will arrive at the crack of dawn. They will end when the birds are gone or the judging is over, whichever happens first. Probably around 4pm-ish.

I will have some silkie & d'Uccle chicks there. I hope to have a LOT of d'Uccle chicks in various colors, to create more knolwledge of them as a breed and encourage folks to show them at the November Cocke County show. The November show will be a d'Uccle state meet.

Hopefully I will be NPIP by that time, but it's been sloooooooooooow getting a call back to schedule the testing sad




barge, I haven't been able to make the Tuesday meetings. Seems like my daughter has something going on almost every day of the week lately (high school).


Know this souns crazy but i don't know what NPIP means.. Could you help me out????


National
Poultry
Improvement
Plan

The state comes out and tests all adult birds for pullorum-typhoid. I want to be NPIP so that my show birds don't have to be tested at every show they go to (or every 3 months). Also, being NPIP means I can sell eggs/chicks to other NPIP particiapants.

Tennessee State Rep for -> Belgian d'Uccle & Booted Bantam Club
NPIP #63-378

Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
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Tennessee State Rep for -> Belgian d'Uccle & Booted Bantam Club
NPIP #63-378

Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.
Reply
post #9 of 14

I know this is an extremely old thread but hoping someone knows something about upcoming events of 2014. Thank you so much

post #10 of 14

Is this Club still meeting- if so my father and I would be very interested in joining

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