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Exhibiting & Promoting / Re: South Central District Meet December 8, 2018
« on: January 03, 2019, 11:19:48 PM »
Large fowl winning birds

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Exhibiting & Promoting / Re: South Central District Meet December 8, 2018
« on: January 03, 2019, 11:14:14 PM »
Open winning bantams

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Exhibiting & Promoting / Re: South Central District Meet December 8, 2018
« on: January 03, 2019, 11:11:19 PM »
Junior Large fowl winning birds

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Ameraucana Marketplace / Looking for Ameraucana chicks
« on: January 03, 2019, 10:30:22 PM »
  We are looking for someone who purchased blacks, or black, blue and splash from us in 2000 through 2010 and have not added anything to them-maintaining the original bloodlines.  We have sold several hundred starts of Ameraucanas during this eleven year period and would like to purchase some descendants of them.  We knew of two flocks as of four years ago, but both have added other bloodlines of Ameraucanas the past 3 years.
  Paul Smith maybe contacted through email psmith@ntin.net or calling 940-768-8405.
  Thanks,
  Paul & Angela Smith

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Open Bantam winning birds

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Open Bantam winning birds

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Open large fowl winning birds

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Open large fowl winning birds

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Junior bantam winning birds

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Junior large fowl winning birds

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Ameraucana Marketplace / Re: Large Fowl Ameraucana Chicks For Sale
« on: January 02, 2019, 06:30:41 PM »
  We celebrated New Year's Day by setting our 5th hatch of the season.  We managed to set 2/3 of an incubator which contains 192 eggs of Ameraucanas in self blue, black, blue, splash, wheaten, blue wheaten, splash wheaten and white.  These will be due to hatch on Tuesday Jan. 22, first day after Marin Luther King holiday.  Our fourth hatch is due Jan. 7.  We are still accepting chick orders in all the above listed varieties.  Order info can be sent through e-mail by emailing psmith@ntin.net

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Ameraucana Marketplace / Large Fowl Ameraucana Chicks For Sale
« on: December 14, 2018, 10:20:55 AM »
  We are still accepting orders for potential show quality, straight run (unsexed), day old, medium size (as suggested by the Standard Of Perfection) large fowl Ameraucana chicks in black, blue, splash, wheaten, blue wheaten, splash wheaten, white, self blue (incorrectly called lavender by some), and self blue splits to black.  Our remaining eleven hatches are scheduled for January 7 & 22, February 4 & 19, March 4 & 18, April 1, 15 & 29, May 13 and 28.  Order information may be obtained by e-mailing Paul & Angela Smith at psmith@ntin.net .

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Exhibiting & Promoting / South Central District Meet December 8, 2018
« on: December 13, 2018, 10:53:19 AM »
  The Oklahoma State Poultry Federation Show was held Saturday Dec. 8, 2018 in Shawnee, Oklahoma.  The threat of bad weather decreased the show some, but we still had a good Ameraucana meet.  Four ABC members from two states exhibited 23 head of large fowl in the open show, judged by Tom Roebuck.  There were 2 empty coops due to the weather threat.

  Six blue were shown with Max Strawn winning BV and RB on a cockerel and RV on a pullet.  Paul & Angela Smith showed one pullet in each, the blue wheaten, wheaten and white class into BV.  They also showed a pair of self blue with their pullet winning BV and cockerel RV.  Twelve blacks were shown with
M & J Farm (Mike & Jan Geis) winning BV, BB, Best AOSB and Res. Champion large fowl on a cockerel and RV on a pullet.

  Three ABC members from two states exhibited 20 head of bantams, judged by Marty McGuire.  There were 15 empty cages due to the weather threat.

  Five blacks were shown with Triple S Farm (Gracie Stonebarger) winning BV and RB on a cockerel and Brad Stonebarger winning RV on a pullet.  Max Strawn showed three wheaten with his cockerel winning BV and pullet winning RV.  Max Strawn also showed four white with his cockerel winning BV and BB, and his pullet winning RV.  No champion over all, as this is only selected at district and national meets.

  No junior bantams were shown.  Eight head of Junior large fowl were shown by 5 juniors with 14 more empty coops due to the weather threat.  Brian Gates judged the show.  Seven blacks were shown with Paige Bolesky winning BV, BB and Res. AOSB on a cockerel, and Addison Bryles winning RV and RB on a pullet.  One blue was shown but not placed due to bugs.

  The Oklahoma State Poultry Federation did a great job with their annual show!  They will be hosting our South Central district meet Dec. 14, 2019.  Make plans to participate by showing some of your Ameraucanas.

  Paul Smith

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Exhibiting & Promoting / Re: Regional Meets to augment the National region
« on: December 11, 2018, 11:23:34 AM »
Don,
I do not see a benefit to booking more special shows since we have enough trouble getting excellent attendance at the district and national meets.  I think the problem is too many people don't understand what the national and district meets are suppose to be, due to so many club meets now.  Years ago, before the Ameraucana breed became so popular, meets were scheduled to encourage Ameraucana breeders to show at them so there would be more than one person showing with theirs in a back corner of the show room.  The district and national were really special shows that many breeders would make an extra effort to show, and these meets were promoted all year long.

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