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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Update!!! There is one on May 20th in Uniontown, Pa, but way too far for me, 4 hrs.
thanks for the info,,,, I get to the Green Dragon's weekly sales and acturally had the day off when they had their exotic sale,, definitely a nice day, not far from me at all, and glad I had a chance to meet Keith, very nice guy
will have to see if I can make the Uniontown, definitely have a good time checking out all the different breeds people keep, very intesting to me.
thanks again, Ray
Bernville area, Berks county........ new to the site
I have a few silkie roos for sale if anyone is interested. A splash, a black and a paint. Please PM me for details.
Oh, and I still have bunnies, too......
I'm not in Pa now, but I was born and raised in Warren (near Erie) and now live in NJ, just across the river from Easton, Bethlehem, and Allentown Pa. My daughter dances in Easton everyday, my son goes to college in Bethlehem too. Hello all Keystone state buddies!
Hey guys! How is everyone tonight?
Welcome Ray from PA!
I would mama2my4, but just had 7 Black, Blue and Splash Silkies hatch! Hoping for some good ones!
I took some pics of my Langshan youngsters tonight...I think they look great!
White Langshan cockerel:
Clean-legged Splash Langshan Pullet. Really hoping the back will look better once she ages.
My partner is from Warren. You don't hear to many people coming from there
Hey Ray from PA. Bernville is just down the Irish Creek from us outside Shoey Welcome to BYC!
I don't really know of breeders who specialize in them, just some people who have a few pairs. We get some through the auction pretty regularly. BUT...there is a guy here in the Berks/Lancaster area who shows AMAZING Indian Fans. I don't know his name, but I've talked with him a few times. He shows them here in Berks and the big annual pigeon show in Lancaster, PA. Next time I see him, I'll try to get his name and contact info.
I guess I'll add myself to this PA list. Oddly, also a Ray in PA. Lancaster county, nw corner. New to chicken ownership, Ive got 14 SLW AT 8 weeks, bit don't plan to keep them all, as well as 6 Americaunas, at least that's what I was told they were. They came from a hatchery in Ohio, so I don't know if they are true. I guess o need to study up on the breed, they were kind of an impulse buy!
Final coop is almost finished, currently in small coop and brooder.
Not really sure where this hobby is going to go, for now part of a long range sort of homesteading plan.
If I figure out how, I'll post some pics, buy we all know what a chicken looks like.