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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 9:22 pm 
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I am proud to ring mine with the NAPIS

Good idea raf all clubs MUST comply with the laws (anti discrimination) on 'not for profit' aka 'inc'

Dob them in if they don't comply


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
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Is it ok to leg ring my call decoy ducks?


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
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You can leg ring any bird


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
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Suzue wrote:
Is it ok to leg ring my call decoy ducks?

Yes I agree with above you can ring any fowl or bird


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:51 pm 
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The NAPIS Ringing Scheme is in the 3rd year trial stage.
NAPIS Ring orders will be accepted from June 1st 2014 and the Closing Date for NAPIS Ring
orders is 30th June 2014 for delivery late in July 2014, for 2015 showing. The colour of the ring this year will be Red.

IN 2012 orange plastic rings were used and in 2013 Gold Aluminium Rings were used. The trial has shown that the Aluminium Rings are stronger and more durable. The cost has risen this year due to the better quality ring and postage costs.
A10, B12,C13, D14 rings 35 cents each Including Postage
E15,F16,G18, H20 40 cents each including Postage
J22, K24,L26,M28 50 cents each including Postage

NAPIS Committee members last year absorbed the extra cost of the Aluminium Rings as the change from plastic to aluminium was after all prices had been set.Higher postage costs were also paid for by the committee members.

The Web page has been updated and a facebook group created with information for those who may not be on this forum


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
PostPosted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:37 pm 
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That is wonderful news than657 and congt334 on your massive success wee.

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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
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Its wonderful all the clubs and good breeders have embraced the national poultry rings but its not surprising as most people have a brian and some common sense


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
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I use coloured rings for each year & can easily identify birds at a distance - I do have several pens though. If I line breed I place a ring on right leg of the pullet off spring, if it is an outcross, I put a ring on left leg and if I buy a bird in - 2 rings on right leg. This does require record keeping though and I have had the same breed for 30 years.
It works for me.


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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 8:50 am 
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Bojulabah wrote:
I use coloured rings for each year & can easily identify birds at a distance - I do have several pens though. If I line breed I place a ring on right leg of the pullet off spring, if it is an outcross, I put a ring on left leg and if I buy a bird in - 2 rings on right leg. This does require record keeping though and I have had the same breed for 30 years.
It works for me.

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 Post subject: Re: National leg ring system for all exhibitors
PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:16 pm 
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Amanda Fulcher wrote:
The NAPIS Ringing Scheme is in the 3rd year trial stage.
NAPIS Ring orders will be accepted from June 1st 2014 and the Closing Date for NAPIS Ring
orders is 30th June 2014 for delivery late in July 2014, for 2015 showing. The colour of the ring this year will be Red.

IN 2012 orange plastic rings were used and in 2013 Gold Aluminium Rings were used. The trial has shown that the Aluminium Rings are stronger and more durable. The cost has risen this year due to the better quality ring and postage costs.
A10, B12,C13, D14 rings 35 cents each Including Postage
E15,F16,G18, H20 40 cents each including Postage
J22, K24,L26,M28 50 cents each including Postage

NAPIS Committee members last year absorbed the extra cost of the Aluminium Rings as the change from plastic to aluminium was after all prices had been set.Higher postage costs were also paid for by the committee members.

The Web page has been updated and a facebook group created with information for those who may not be on this forum


than657 for the updates and congt334 and a massive success throughout australia woohoo4



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