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Originally Posted by Elite Silkies 

Yeah, I am wondering if there were tons of silkies for sale smile


There was a lady named.....Betsy? Who had quite a few for sale, I bought 2 girls from her that I'm totally in love with, mine are pets, not to breed. There was another lady that had some for sale from Edmond, another lady had tiny chicks a few days old and another set that were about 3 wks old. Everyone was handling them left and right, I'd have worried about diseases with tiny babies like that. It seemed most of what was for sale were Modern Bantams and OEGB.


Oh. Why didn't you find me?  I assumed you didn't come.

Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
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Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
Member of APA, ABA, Faverolles Fanciers, UOC, and Nat'l Call Breeders of America.Swap http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=57451
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post #152 of 175
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Originally Posted by buffbeauty 
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Originally Posted by Ksane 
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Originally Posted by Elite Silkies 

Yeah, I am wondering if there were tons of silkies for sale smile


There was a lady named.....Betsy? Who had quite a few for sale, I bought 2 girls from her that I'm totally in love with, mine are pets, not to breed. There was another lady that had some for sale from Edmond, another lady had tiny chicks a few days old and another set that were about 3 wks old. Everyone was handling them left and right, I'd have worried about diseases with tiny babies like that. It seemed most of what was for sale were Modern Bantams and OEGB.


Oh. Why didn't you find me?  I assumed you didn't come.


I wouldn't have missed it! I looked for you and didn't see the Fav table. I was mostly in the sale area. I think I saw your sale birds. If they were yours I loved the Auracanas if they were yours! I only saw 2 Favs in the entire show area-1 boy and 1 girl. Is that all there was?? Such awesome birds and only 2 were entered?

post #153 of 175
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Originally Posted by Ksane 
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Originally Posted by buffbeauty 
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Originally Posted by Ksane 


There was a lady named.....Betsy? Who had quite a few for sale, I bought 2 girls from her that I'm totally in love with, mine are pets, not to breed. There was another lady that had some for sale from Edmond, another lady had tiny chicks a few days old and another set that were about 3 wks old. Everyone was handling them left and right, I'd have worried about diseases with tiny babies like that. It seemed most of what was for sale were Modern Bantams and OEGB.


Oh. Why didn't you find me?  I assumed you didn't come.


I wouldn't have missed it! I looked for you and didn't see the Fav table. I was mostly in the sale area. I think I saw your sale birds. If they were yours I loved the Auracanas if they were yours! I only saw 2 Favs in the entire show area-1 boy and 1 girl. Is that all there was?? Such awesome birds and only 2 were entered?


Yep. I don't end upbringing mine of course but that's all otherwise. Our table was just inside show barn between Marian's and Cornish tables

Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
Member of APA, ABA, Faverolles Fanciers, UOC, and Nat'l Call Breeders of America.Swap http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=57451
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Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
Member of APA, ABA, Faverolles Fanciers, UOC, and Nat'l Call Breeders of America.Swap http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=57451
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post #154 of 175

Does anyone have any idea who the winners are? I was supposed to go but due to weather and some other unforeseen circumstances, I had to cancel my flight.

Fine Welsh Cob sporthorses since 1992 with multiple championships; provisional judge for Welsh, member Arabian Horse Assn. Breeding and showing Call ducks. NPIP #1197, ABA Life Member #613, IWBA; National Call Breeders of America Life Member and Master Exhibitor. Illinois Pullorum tester. My Self-Black Call duck flock is available. PM for details!
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Fine Welsh Cob sporthorses since 1992 with multiple championships; provisional judge for Welsh, member Arabian Horse Assn. Breeding and showing Call ducks. NPIP #1197, ABA Life Member #613, IWBA; National Call Breeders of America Life Member and Master Exhibitor. Illinois Pullorum tester. My Self-Black Call duck flock is available. PM for details!
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post #155 of 175

We took Reserve Breed and Variety with a Young Gander, Best of Breed and Variety, Best Medium Goose, Champion Goose, and Reserve Grand Champion Waterfowl with one of our Old Geese.  Super!   
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post #156 of 175
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Originally Posted by Silver Spring Waterfowl 

We took Reserve Breed and Variety with a Young Gander, Best of Breed and Variety, Best Medium Goose, Champion Goose, and Reserve Grand Champion Waterfowl with one of our Old Geese.  Super!   
woot


Congrats!! clapcelebrate

post #157 of 175
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Originally Posted by Silver Spring Waterfowl 

We took Reserve Breed and Variety with a Young Gander, Best of Breed and Variety, Best Medium Goose, Champion Goose, and Reserve Grand Champion Waterfowl with one of our Old Geese.  Super!   
woot


Congrats! big_smile

Anyone know anything about any of the duck classes? Who was Grand Champion Waterfowl?

Fine Welsh Cob sporthorses since 1992 with multiple championships; provisional judge for Welsh, member Arabian Horse Assn. Breeding and showing Call ducks. NPIP #1197, ABA Life Member #613, IWBA; National Call Breeders of America Life Member and Master Exhibitor. Illinois Pullorum tester. My Self-Black Call duck flock is available. PM for details!
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Fine Welsh Cob sporthorses since 1992 with multiple championships; provisional judge for Welsh, member Arabian Horse Assn. Breeding and showing Call ducks. NPIP #1197, ABA Life Member #613, IWBA; National Call Breeders of America Life Member and Master Exhibitor. Illinois Pullorum tester. My Self-Black Call duck flock is available. PM for details!
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post #158 of 175
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Originally Posted by Silver Spring Waterfowl 

We took Reserve Breed and Variety with a Young Gander, Best of Breed and Variety, Best Medium Goose, Champion Goose, and Reserve Grand Champion Waterfowl with one of our Old Geese.  Super!   
woot


Fantastic!  Congrats to you and your birds!  Nice to see a big award(Reserve Grand Champion) go to a goose! 
Any clues on the Call duck results?  Sorry, I am always curious how the little duckies do!  smile

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"Be like a duck.  Calm on the surface, but always paddling like the dickens underneath. " ~Michael Caine
Pyncheon Bantams, Norwegian Jaerhon, Butterscotch, White, Gray, Pencil, Self-Black, Blue Fawn Pied and Snowy Call Ducks  NPIP Certified and Member NCBA and ABA
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post #159 of 175
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Originally Posted by buffbeauty 
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Originally Posted by Ksane 
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Oh. Why didn't you find me?  I assumed you didn't come.


I wouldn't have missed it! I looked for you and didn't see the Fav table. I was mostly in the sale area. I think I saw your sale birds. If they were yours I loved the Auracanas if they were yours! I only saw 2 Favs in the entire show area-1 boy and 1 girl. Is that all there was?? Such awesome birds and only 2 were entered?


Yep. I don't end upbringing mine of course but that's all otherwise. Our table was just inside show barn between Marian's and Cornish tables


I was at the Marans table right inside the door for a long time looking at all their eggs (is that the table you meant?) My 4 Cuckoo Marans are only 5 mo old and they tower above all my other chickens, I didn't realize these guys got so huge. I didn't see the Cornish table either but I'd have loved to. One of my favorite breeds. They're not gorgeous like Faverolles but the personality of my Dark Cornish bantam beats anything I've ever seen smile

post #160 of 175

I was just next to marans. Had a raffle table set up

Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
Member of APA, ABA, Faverolles Fanciers, UOC, and Nat'l Call Breeders of America.Swap http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=57451
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Kassandra
The chicken came first, God would look silly sitting on an egg!!
Mom of 2 kids; LF Buff Orps; LF and Bantam Salmon Faverolles.
Member of APA, ABA, Faverolles Fanciers, UOC, and Nat'l Call Breeders of America.Swap http://www.backyardchickens.com/web/viewblog.php?id=57451
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