Okay, the Rosecomb National is happening down in Ventura at the end of the month. Today I looked at all my birds. They fall into one of four categories:
1) poor quality, and going to auction tomorrow
2) too young to show, because I didn't start hatching until June
3) too old to show or no longer in show condition
4) heavily molting
Thus, I have no birds to show. What I do have are birds to sell. Most of them. But I don't want to deal with shipping.
If you're reading this, and you're going to Ventura, and you're a serious breeder who is going to stick with it, and you are in the market for Rosecombs, let me know. I'm not exactly taking orders (because I'm not exactly sure what I'm selling) but I need to get a feel for whether or not that's the right time and place to sell a lot of birds.
Could I have that with a side order of fries and a large Diet Coke? ;-)
You did say you were taking orders, you know...
Hey! At least you're going! I don't have anything worth showing either, but I plan to bring a few since I'm going anyways. I wish this show was in early December... I probably won't go to another show until Fresno, and by then it will probably be too late. Oh well... Maybe next year!
Mike, actually, there's a good chance I won't be going...
I miss having chickens. We're definitely getting some this Spring.
Boo! That's alright, I can't blame you! Being busy with other things and not having anything to show is not a very motivating combination. If this wasn't the National, that might have meant I had a chance at winning BB (since you aren't going). Oh well, like I said, maybe next year! :)
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