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I have some silkie cockerels available if anyone is interested - 2 buff and 2 white.  The buffs are 8 months old and the whites are 4 months old.  I am not going to be able to go to the class (previous commitment on Sunday) but I am pretty sure that Cheryl would be willing to transport them.  They are all very friendly, and I just want to find nice homes for them.  They come from good breeders - if you are interested pm me and I can send pictures and resumes. 

 

Have fun everyone, and I'm sorry I won't be able to attend!

 

Will they be ok strapped to the top of the car?

 

post #92 of 194

Of course!  Just like a certain candidate for President who shall remain nameless (no politics here)'s dog.

Making the world a better place one fluffy puffball at a time.

 

 

PM me for info on available bantam calico (project) cochins

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Making the world a better place one fluffy puffball at a time.

 

 

PM me for info on available bantam calico (project) cochins

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post #93 of 194

ok HELP ME RHONDA - going a bit nutz after a very long hard biz trip and needing help to remember what I am bringing

 

1.  Coronation eggs for Karen/sew & grow

2.  Coronation eggs for Carrie/harmony oaks

3.  3 coronation chicks and 5 silver penciled rock chicks for Dawn

4.  Juvenile buff laced & gold laced brahmas for Maureen

 

 

My silver pencil flock and Tolbunt flock for evaluation

Cages, I have many I'm bringing

 

Is anyone that does not have a full car able to bring shavings?  We will probably also need a dustpan and broom for cleanup 

 

I have many many many chicks straight run available if anyone NEEDS them!!

Birchen Marans-greenfire

Blue Laced Barnevelders -Strahan line

Isbars

Coronations

Silver penciled plymouth rocks

Mille Fleur Leghorn

 

One splash & one blue BREDA

 

3 cream legbar 2 mth old cockerels 

 

 

 


Edited by cherylcohen - 3/23/12 at 10:32pm
post #94 of 194

I can bring shavings, broom & dustpan...

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I can bring shavings, broom & dustpan...

Awesome really appreciate it thanks
 

 

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I went to the Center today and picked up the keys. It was a little hard to find. The Center is behind 24 Hour Fitness, if that helps.

There are brooms, dustpans, etc. there for us to use for clean up. We need to do a good job cleaning, so that I get my deposit back. big_smile.png

 

What is really wonderful is that they are not dividing the room because we are the only ones renting that day. So we have a huge space!  celebrate.gif

 

The other good news is that I was able to borrow the 4 holes of LF exhibition cages that Walt requested for the demo. A big thanks to Heather Vermazen, who was willing to loan her cages!

 

Those of you who are bringing birds for the class, (or any birds that will be entering the building) there will be a health inspection by a CA poultry health inspector before you bring the birds inside.

 

I'm going to send out one more email to everyone before Sunday. There are 26 people signed up.

 

Kim

 

 

Kim

 

Star*Rose Ranch, Guinda, CA
day ranged, pastured Silver Gray Dorking & Delaware large fowl;

also preserving Dexter cattle, St. Croix Hair Sheep & American Guinea Hogs;

Keeping chickens since the '90's. Dorkings since 2005. Delawares since 2010.

Now striving to learn how to breed my flock to the SOP.

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Kim

 

Star*Rose Ranch, Guinda, CA
day ranged, pastured Silver Gray Dorking & Delaware large fowl;

also preserving Dexter cattle, St. Croix Hair Sheep & American Guinea Hogs;

Keeping chickens since the '90's. Dorkings since 2005. Delawares since 2010.

Now striving to learn how to breed my flock to the SOP.

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post #97 of 194
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Originally Posted by capayvalleychick View Post

I went to the Center today and picked up the keys. It was a little hard to find. The Center is behind 24 Hour Fitness, if that helps.

There are brooms, dustpans, etc. there for us to use for clean up. We need to do a good job cleaning, so that I get my deposit back. big_smile.png

 

What is really wonderful is that they are not dividing the room because we are the only ones renting that day. So we have a huge space!  celebrate.gif

 

The other good news is that I was able to borrow the 4 holes of LF exhibition cages that Walt requested for the demo. A big thanks to Heather Vermazen, who was willing to loan her cages!

 

Those of you who are bringing birds for the class, (or any birds that will be entering the building) there will be a health inspection by a CA poultry health inspector before you bring the birds inside.

 

I'm going to send out one more email to everyone before Sunday. There are 26 people signed up.

 

Kim

 

 

THANK YOU KIM I have organized many events and know how much work it is.  I want you to know how much we all appreciate it
 

 

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You are welcome. smile.png

 

For those who are not familiar with the area, Bing Maps shows the 4-H Center in the correct location. Google Maps does not. So, I'm wondering how accurate people's GPS are going to be.

 

Anybody have some advice on which highways to avoid Sunday morning and evening, due to heavy traffic?

 

I usually take 12 to go to that area. A friend of mine drove me, yesterday and showed me alternate routes that she thought were better. One was a windy road past Calistoga. The trip home was equally windy roads up Mt. Veeder and Berryessa. I think I'll stick to 12 unless the traffic will be bad.

 

Kim

Kim

 

Star*Rose Ranch, Guinda, CA
day ranged, pastured Silver Gray Dorking & Delaware large fowl;

also preserving Dexter cattle, St. Croix Hair Sheep & American Guinea Hogs;

Keeping chickens since the '90's. Dorkings since 2005. Delawares since 2010.

Now striving to learn how to breed my flock to the SOP.

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Kim

 

Star*Rose Ranch, Guinda, CA
day ranged, pastured Silver Gray Dorking & Delaware large fowl;

also preserving Dexter cattle, St. Croix Hair Sheep & American Guinea Hogs;

Keeping chickens since the '90's. Dorkings since 2005. Delawares since 2010.

Now striving to learn how to breed my flock to the SOP.

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post #99 of 194

For those coming from the south get on to 101 at the Richmond San Rafael bridge or at Vallejo at hwy 37.

 

The 4H building is behind the strip mall in Rohnert Park. Drive behind the buildings if you don't see it right away. (north/west side of the shopping center).

 

Walt

post #100 of 194
Thanks to Walt and Kim for a fun & very informative day!
It was great to meet everyone.
Hope to see you again soon.
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