So, we went to the fair in our county on Friday night. We dodnt usually go, just because we perfer the Fair in the neighboring county, which starts on June 30th. So, I was really upset that for this REALLY agricultural farm region, there were 4 kinds of chickens, 1 duck, and 2 chinese geese at the ENTIRE fair... really? So I decided that for the fair we go to, I am entering some of my brids! This isr eally short notice, and I was reading the rules this morning and there is some sort of "pullerum/typhoid" testing that has to be done within 90 days of entry. So, how do I get that done and CAN I get that done in 2 days? They also state that a vet will be on hand to examine the birds at time of entry, is this a test he can do on the spot? I guess its my own fault, for waiting so long, but I didnt know that they were going to NEED chicken entries till Friday when I got to see firsthand the pathetic representation poultry gets!