Hi all it's that time of year again and I just got the details for the fall chicken stock this year. One minor change is going to be our setup location. We will still be at the Martinsburg WV Tractor Supply Company but will need to set up closer toward Queen Street to avoid taking up parking spaces from the new gym that has moved in next to tractor supply. Most everything else is the same. But as it stands now here are the details When: Sept 13th, 2014 8am - noon Where: Tractor Supply Co. 1212 N. Queen St. Martinsburg What to Bring: Chicks Laying Hens Started Pairs and Trios Showy Bantams Waterfowl Gamebirds Hatching Eggs (no eating eggs unless you are properly certified) Incubators Brooders Coops Waterers/Feeders even Bunnies Farm/Country Crafts Who will be there: This is a Buy/Sell/Trade event and it is free to attend and setup as a vendor. It will be organized by local poultry hobbyists, not affiliated with TSC, and is open to the public. Poultry- Out of State- Must be NPIP certified and have forms showing test dates for Pullorum typhoid testing (within 90 days) or forms showing that birds originated from a PT clean flock and all out of state birds must also show negative Avian Influenza testing (within 10 days of sale). Poultry can also travel on Certificate of Veterinary Inspection with these test dates listed as previously mentioned. Sheep/Goats- All sheep and goats must be Scrapie tagged OR tattooed with registration papers present. If from out of state then must also have Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health certificate from vet) which is good for 30 days. Equine- All horses/ponies/donkeys, etc must have a negative Coggins test dated within 1 year. If out of state then must also have Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within 30 days. In state poultry- can be tested day of Chickenstock or bring their NPIP paperwork showing testing results. (Arrive early - 7am as there may be a line.) We also ask that no one start selling before 8am So that everyone has the same time to setup and get ready and no one gets offended If you plan on selling get there early enough to get your birds tested and setup before things get started and don't forget to bring boxes to send your birds home in. Stay tuned to this thread for more updates as they come in.